Your Saturday “Stay in Bed” Stimulus

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Posted July 6, 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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Gen Y Women See World as More Gender Equal than Older Generations

A recent study done by Fleishman Hillard reveled that Gen Y Women (ages 21-34) view the world as more gender equal than generations older than them.

Gen Y women perceive things being more equal in regards to gender in the areas of personal life, business, and social life. However, men and women of Gen Y still believe that on the whole, men are paid more.
 

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Reporter Gets Revenge on Video Bombers

Taking things to a lighter note, one of Chicago’s (CGN’s home) news anchors is making national news with a video currently going viral on YouTube.

Pat Tomasulo, a WGN reporter, invites the people who video bomb him to be on TV, but for reasons unknown to them until they start filming. The results are hilarious.

 

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Love, No Matter What: Featuring Andrew Solomon

TEDTalks always has the most interesting features and this podcast is no exception. This TEDTalks features Andrew Solomon and he explores love.

Andrew talked to many parents and asked them their thoughts on the line between unconditional love and unconditional acceptance. This podcast is a must listen!

 

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