The GC4W News Weekend Reads Edition 38 is a collection of top stories and trending topics.
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The following are top picks and trending topics on gc4women.org news:
1. 11 Resolutions to Keep You Healthy this School Year
The year is quickly slipping away, meaning the inevitable stress of managing academics, extracurricular activities and a social life will soon be upon us again. With so much to balance, it’s very tempting to let nutritious eating, exercise and other healthy habits fall by the wayside. But have no fear! You can keep your body and mind in tiptop shape amid the craziness of college life by making just a few simple commitments. Here are 11 resolutions you can make that will help you have the healthiest and most fulfilling semester yet – especially as many of you head back to campus for the first time in almost a year. Read more here.
2. The Women Who Are Enriching Our Understanding of the Night Sky
As the oldest astronomers in the world, First Nations Australians have fashioned ways of observing the night sky that inform how they navigate the world, their lives and the relationship they have to each other.
Despite First Nations people in Australia belonging to the longest continuous culture on Earth and holding this incredible wealth of knowledge, our school curriculums do not illuminate young people about the breadth of Indigenous knowledge and its deep implications.
But a number of new courses, as well as a number of Indigenous women, are aiming to change that. Read more here.
3. Women Leaders Take Stage at Global Climate Ambition Summit
At a global climate ambition summit over the weekend, women leaders from around the world made their mark, highlighting the urgency of effective climate action.
Barbados Prime Minister Mia Mottley told the virtual Climate Ambition Summit 2020, that other countries’ climate ambition will determine the fate of Barbados and other island nations that are vulnerable to global warming. Read more here.
4. 10 Tips for Healthier Eating at Home in 2021
For most of us, 2020 was a year when uncertainty upended our lives, economic chaos redefined our professions, and Covid-19 brought complete disruption. We can all be forgiven for putting dietary considerations on the back burner for twelve months, not least because many of us had to order carry-out or delivery or came to rely on food as an emotional positive during a testing time.
To help get us all back on track, here are ten awesome ways to take control of your diet in 2021 (plus a bonus). You won’t need any special training or equipment, and you may be doing some of these things already.
Remember, the aim isn’t to follow some faddish, over-hyped diet, but to raise your own awareness of what you’re eating, and when, as well as the all-important why. Read more here.