The pandemic accentuated worries for many American moms and left them feeling weighed down. To combat this, some have carved out time for new wellness practices – seeking therapy, focusing on the ‘crunchy mom’ lifestyle, microdosing psychedelics, and finding online communities for support.
With parental responsibilities affecting women’s career paths, many face obstacles when returning to work and finding their feet in the workplace. How can companies support and facilitate women in their desire to grow and thrive within the workforce and continue to close the gender pay gap?
Back-to-school season has brought conflicting feelings for parents who are seeing their children off to classes for the first time since the start of the pandemic. As COVID-19 wears on, so does the debate about how to keep kids safe. How can moms and dads be helped to manage their concerns?
Keeping track of kids, errands, and to-do lists is no easy task, so parents are turning to tech for a helping hand. With people increasingly approaching managing their household as they do workplace tasks, how are they leveraging productivity and organizational tools to streamline the everyday?
From the pressures of picture perfection to concerns about trolling, social media is proving to be a double-edged sword for new mums. Canvas8 spoke to Dr. Alexa Fox, assistant professor of marketing at The University of Akron, to understand what drives new mums to post about their kids online.