News Roundup – CorporetteMoms

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Some of the articles of interest to working mothers that we’ve seen around the web recently…

  • The New York Times [gift link] noted that while “mothers have been exhausted since the beginning of time … some difficulties are specific to the millennial generation.”
  • Vox explained how to argue without ruining a relationship.
  • The 19th featured moms in Pasadena, CA, who are working to help achieve racially and economically diverse schools. Only about half of school-age kids in the area attend public schools.
  • The newsletter Gloria spoke to Mothers Against Media Addiction (MAMA) founder Julie Scelfo.
  • Parents reported that Boy Scouts of America will change its name to Scouting America.
  • The Wall Street Journal [gift link] tested several pairs of slip-on sneakers (including while wrangling kids).
  • The Cut noted that a billboard advertising lactation cookies and featuring cookbook author Molly Baz was taken down for violating “acceptable content” guidelines.
  • Romper offered 12 recommendations for new books to read this summer.
  • Your Laugh of the Week comes from McSweeney’s, with “A Letter to Mallory Pike’s Mom.”

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