The GC4W News Weekend Reads Edition 58 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. How Women Can Juggle Health, Career, and Social Life
TV shows and movies often feature “super women” who can flawlessly handle all of life’s challenges. The pressures of work and family responsibilities are no obstacles for characters like Lois Lane, Murphy Brown, Carol Brady and Clair Huxtable. Even “super women” should prioritize their own health and wellness.
Finding a little “me time” can be difficult, but it’s essential. Below are four ways women can balance their health and wellness with careers, family and other life responsibilities. Read more here.
2. How Queen Rania Al Abdullah Shares Her Throne with Women
An advocate of protecting children’s rights, educating girls and empowering women, Queen Rania Al Abdullah uses her wide reach as the wife of the King of Jordan to bring social justice and gender equality centre-stage. Tweeting from a meeting in 2019 with members of the Umm Ar-Rasas Women Cooperative Society, which supports other women living in the Jordanian Badia and empowers them to launch small businesses, she announced that “Jordan is home to so many incredible women serving as role models in every field”. Read more here.
3. Prevent Procrastination With These Apps
Do you find yourself being fully aware of your multiple deadlines coming up and still not starting your assignments? Maybe you find yourself thinking that you can just start them later. When “later” comes, you tell yourself that you’ll get started tomorrow. Before you know it, you have less than 24 hours to complete one assignment. I’ve been guilty of being in this exact situation many times. Luckily, there are so many amazing apps to help combat procrastination. Read more here.
4. Fashion: Is the term ‘plus-size’ outdated?
When it comes to fashion and how women style themselves, those with bigger silhouettes are often told to go for loose dresses and dark colours for the longest time.
The rationale is that these are ways to “hide” their bodies to “help” them look smaller. It’s slowly looking like the type of advice that isn’t aging well. Read more here.