Your Saturday “Stay in Bed” Stimulus

Posted April 13, 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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25 Years of Working Girl

This year marks the 25th anniversary of a film that truly shaped the way we think about women in business. The words “bony ass” never meant so much as they did when Melanie Griffith said them to Sigourney Weaver.

Forbes honored this milestone with this incredible article.

If you want to learn more about the impact of Working Girl and other movies featuring powerful women in business on the real women of the working world, join Career Girl Network for “High Heels and Movie Reels” this June in Minneapolis and Chicago.

Click here to learn more about these events.


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Shasta Nelson from on Katie Couric

This week, we met (via phone, but still) the incredible Shasta Nelson. Shasta is the founder of, and the author of the new book Friendships Don’t Just Happen. Her experience in creating circles of female friends and the community she’s created online is inspiring for all women.


Hear It!


Career Girl’s First “Virtual Girls’ Night Out”

The incredible Melissa Foster pioneered “Virtual Girls’ Night Out” in her work at Brilliant Life Design, and now she’s bringing it to Career Girl Network.

This week, in our first ever VGNO podcast, Melissa interviews Beth Santos, the phenomenal founder of Travel Go Girl Magazine.


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