Your Saturday “Stay in Bed” Stimulus

Posted November 2, 2013 by Career Girl Network in Features

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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Eat Your Way to a Longer Life

Everyone knows the expression that you are what you eat, but have you ever thought about the fact that by eating certain foods you can live longer?

This article is a must read because it lists all of the foods that you can eat in order to have a longer life. It even explains the rationale behind each food for all of the skeptics out there!


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Tapping Outside of the Lines
Childrens dance recitals are always filled with beautiful costumes and adorable routines. With all of the buzz and anticipation surrounding the main performance, its only natural that some of the little ones forget their routine.

This young girl proves that when in doubt you should always make up your own moves on the spot! By forgetting her dance she ended up completly stealing the show.


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The Children’s Hospital Roars
Each year different Children’s Hospitals have been coming up with spectacular music videos to the newest empowering songs. Its done as a thank you to doners and highlights all of the patients.

This year they made the video to Katy Perry’s song Roar and it is incredibly inspiring.


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