The GC4W News Weekend Reads Edition 55 is a collection of top stories and trending topics.
With so much news content being published each day on gc4women.org, we have decided to start a new tradition to keep you informed and connected to the resources to improve your life and business.
The following are top picks and trending topics on gc4women.org news:
1. Essential Skincare Tips for Women in their 50s and Beyond
As we grow and age, our skincare kits mature with us. If your vanity shelf was once dominated by anti-acne heroes in your 20s, it is likely being fronted by anti-ageing potions as you grow older. As our skin ages, its needs, concerns and requirements change in accordance—but looking and feeling the best version of you doesn’t require a complete overhaul. Here, Dr Madhuri Agarwal, founder of Yavana Aesthetics Clinic, tells us about the easy swaps and changes to accommodate to give your skin the care that it needs in your 50s. Read more here.
2. This Mompreneur Empowers Parents Of Children With Autism
Raising a child with autism presents unique challenges that few understand. Some have understandable difficulty dealing with the diagnosis or can easily get overwhelmed in figuring out how to navigate their child’s journey best. There can be an emotional toll, physical and mental exhaustion, and the palpable hope you could do more to help.
These are aspects life coach, career-educator, and author of Hello Autism: How to Love, Like, and Learn from Your Special Needs Child, Theresa Noye relates to and aims to support.
Ms. Noye’s experience as the mother of an ASD son, Regal, speaks to the working mother who deals with the daily stresses and emotional rollercoaster of raising a child with special needs. Theresa took her own experiences and poured them into her book, which she describes as part self-help and part memoir. Read more here.
3. Estonia’s First Woman Prime Minister Fights Climate Change
Kaja Kallas became Estonia’s first woman prime minister on Jan. 26, and prioritizing climate change is one of the first issues on her agenda, according to the Guardian.
Kallas, a 43-year old lawyer and leader of Estonia’s Reform party, took office after a far-right EKRE party coalition ruled for two years. The prime minister’s win now makes Estonia one of the few countries where women hold the positions of both prime minister and head of state (President Kersti Kaljulaid took office in 2016). Kallas also appointed women as finance and foreign ministers, which she said they earned because of their competence, not their gender. Read more here.
4. Career Advice from a Graduating Senior
Yes, you read that right. Career advice from a soon-to-be college graduate who hasn’t even started her career yet, and yet I feel (somewhat) prepared and confident heading into the real world. These are things you should do throughout your four years in college to set you up for success years before you put on that cap and gown. The sooner you start, the better! Read more here.