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- The Wall Street Journal [gift link] detailed how super-luxurious closets are becoming more common.
- The Cut looked at the process of a professional color analysis. (Elizabeth wrote about her experience in this post!)
- The Washington Post [gift link] spoke to five top editors about what it’s like leading a style magazine in 2024.
- The 19th noted that companies can now match employees’ student loan repayments as 401(k) contributions.
- The New York Times [gift link] reported that if new legislation passes, companies in Australia could face fines if they penalize employees for not responding to work-related communication in off-duty hours.
- Gloria, a newsletter for women in midlife, spoke to Dr. Jen Gunter about her new book, Blood: The Science, Medicine, and Mythology of Menstruation.
- WIRED reported that a scientific publisher found serious flaws in a paper that links the abortion pill mifepristone to more emergency room visits.
- Speaking of errors (or not!), The New York Times [gift link] addressed the lack of apostrophe in the title of Taylor Swift’s forthcoming album, The Tortured Poets Department.
- Your Laugh of the Week comes from Points in Case, with “I’m a Matriarch in a Play, and I’m Sure Nothing Bad Will Happen at My Family Gathering.”
On CorporetteMoms Recently…
- Ann shared how her family travels solely with carry-ons.
- We offered some clothes for working moms, including some maternity basics and washable workwear.
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