Still got my hands full with the little one, who is now so, so much bigger than she was when this photo was taken by Ulysees Photography. But I'm resurfacing for a second to say that I've got a new gig as the News Editor at Parents. (The baby now counts as research.) Keep an out for my byline there, or follow the just-for-fun pop-culture blog/podcast I contribute to at SportsAlcohol.com.
I'm thrilled that the website of Working Mother has recently had a makeover—and that I have plenty of articles on the good-looking new site. In August, I...
...interviewed Jenae Heitkamp, co-founder of iBesties, a doll line that tries to make business and technology as cool as fashion and pop stardom.
...spoke with Stacey Boyd, founder of Schoola, a site that accepts old kids' clothes, sells them online at a discount, and gives the profits to schools.
...asked a fashion maven for easy ways to transition a summer work wardrobe into fall.
...rounded up items that make it easier for returning mothers to breastfeed in the office.
...got expert advice for how to shake up Date Night.
This month, on Working Mother's website, I...
...interviewed Chris Nee, the creator/showrunner of Disney Junior's Doc McStuffins (and she was the best).
...asked fathers for important things they learned during their paternity leaves. It made it clear that dads should definitely stay home, too, if they can.
...created a head-to-toe guide for staying comfortable at work while pregnant.
...shopped for the best work life accessories for spring.
...asked doctors for posture tips for working, even if you have a newfangled standing desk.
...recapped Working Mother Media's amazing 2015 Multicultural Women National Conference.