Your Saturday “Stay in Bed” Stimulus

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Posted July 13, 2013 by Career Girl Network in Features
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Every Saturday, you 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!

 

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Let Bad Days Be Bad Days

This week the Huffington Post ran a piece about bad days. Journalist Lisa Cleary argues that we should let our bad days be bad, and that stopping them is useless.

On the other hand, bad days make us exponentially more appreciative for our days that are great. We’re always going to have bad days every now and again, let them come.
 

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More than a Princess…

If you haven’t heard of, or seen it yet, this GoldieBlox video is making the rounds and destroying stigmas applied to little girls, and not just because of the toys.Forbes, The Atlantic, and many other publications have taken note of this quickly growing company that aims to inspire young females to do more!
 

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Silence Your Inner Critic

This Girl Means Business with Carrie Green, wants to remind all of us that being too critical of yourself can be very destructive.

By silencing your inner critic, you can achieve so much more! Carrie’s podcast features a mantra on how to silence your inner critic so you can get to where you want to be going!
 

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