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There are so many compelling, interesting stories published on the MomsRising blog every week. Below is a selection of posts we especially hope you didn’t miss! Check them out; we’d love to hear which were your favorites in the comments below. Thanks!

KarenShowalterTips for a Healthy Holiday Season - from the Good Food Force!

We’re in the midst of holiday season and the Good Food Force is here to help! These MomsRising staffers and volunteers just like you share advice on how families and kids can practice healthy eating during this time of the year.Check out their recommendations here.


LizODonnellMoguls, Moms & Maids: From Wall Street to Main Street

Want a peek into how other households divide the chores? Author Liz O'Donnell shares what she found on this as sherecaps her experience writing the book “Moguls, Moms & Maids.” Find out more here.


KatrinaAlcornSurvey on Well-being & Work (only takes 3 minutes!)

In talking to people about the stresses of different jobs and managing stress in life, Katrina Alcorn has created a survey on the very topic of stress. To learn more about her project and take the survey, read her post.


ShayChanHodgesThe Short Game: Taking the "Work" out of "Working Together"

Shay Chan Hodges discusses the role of females in politics, as well as her new book on mothers and work in the 21st century. Check out her post here.


EnolaAirdThe Three-Parent Dilemma

Enola Aird writes about the biotechnological revolution that’s happening in the United Kingdom, where the government is close to allowing scientists to create a human embryo from the DNA of three different adults. Aird focuses on the concerns that mothers may have with this practice. Read more here.

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