Your Saturday “Stay in Bed” Stimulus

Posted February 23, 2013 by Career Girl Network in Features

You work hard all week, Career Girls. You balance work, family, friends, cooking, cleaning, and so much more. But somehow, when Saturday rolls around, you just don’t know how to relax. It’s what Miranda Hobbes says to Steve when he tries to get her to sleep in on Saturday morning on “Sex and the City”:

Look. Saturday is my free day, right?
I have spinning and then I get my dry cleaning.
Then I get my nails done and I do my grocery shopping for the week.

Not anymore! Now, on Career Girl, every Saturday, you’ll get your weekly dose of  “Stay in Bed Stimulus” – great reads, fun videos, and amazing podcasts and pieces of music that will make you want to stay in bed an extra hour, and get your much needed relaxation time in this weekend!


Read It!

“Environment Always Wins”

Max Simon from Big Vision Business is unpacking the details of the Jim Rohn quote above. Who are you surrounding yourself with, and how does it ultimately affect your level of success in your career or your business?


Watch It!

Hollywood Actress Jessica Alba Becomes Big Business, Better Business Mom-Preneur

One of our favorite YouTubers, Valley Girl, talks to movie star and entrepreneur Jessica Alba about her incredible new business for moms, The Honest Company. Seriously! Diaper subscriptions for moms with no toxins or chemicals! Genius!


Hear It!

Alicia Keys is…”Girl on Fire”

You’ve no doubt heard the leading track, but if you haven’t, it’s about damn time! Every woman in the world should make this track, and this album our new anthem for power!


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