With so much news content being published each day on gc4women.org, we have decided to start a new “Weekend Reads” tradition to keep you informed and connected to the resources to improve your life and business. 

The following are top reads and trending topics on gc4women.org news:

1. GC4W Wellness Retreat x Summit

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Read more here. https://gc4women.org/2021/05/18/the-future-for-working-moms-lessons-from-the-pandemic/

To amplify the need to continue the momentum of mental health awareness month and the need to embrace the Age of Wellness, the GC4W Circle Network is proud to present the “GC4W Circle Wellness Retreat x Summit” with a focus on work, life, balance in our stride to find serenity in a post-pandemic world, and as we discover new wellness pathways in a whole new world. This event is also a welcomed reminder that “wellness” should be an advent part of our everyday conversations at work, at home, and in life. Read more here.

2. How To Pack Light: 10 Traveling Tips for Women

GC4W weekend reads: Organon

Summer is weekend getaway time, and we can’t wait to go! So, here’s the problem: We’re terrible packers. We stuff our suitcase, take too many clothes (or the wrong ones), forget essentials and end up making a pit stop at Target or CVS. Well, here’s a chance to change all that. Here are 10 tips to lighten the load, upgrade your packing skills and guarantee a “sun-sational” vacation. Read more here.

3. Why We Should Refer to Female Leaders as, Simply, Leaders

GC4W weekend reads: Mom Wellbeing

How do we fix gender discrimination that is so deeply baked into business today? It starts with the language we use. Words have power. Let’s drop the qualifier when highlighting women who achieve. Countless amazing organizations seek to bring women into business and develop them into future leaders, but we still have miles to go. Read more here.

4. How Sharon Stone Uplifts Herself With Meditation

Read more here: https://gc4women.org/2021/05/19/reduce-stress-during-finals/
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Stone has mastered the art of staying positive, a mindfulness technique she has honed by focusing on “little things” to keep her grounded, which include reading Buddhist texts and a fitness routine of “arm jazz” and Suzanne Somers’s classic at-home workout tool, the ThighMaster. “We have to ask ourselves, ‘Have we contributed to our body wellness, our mental wellness, and our spiritual wellness today?’” Stone speaks of the daily self check-ins she performs to help keep the negativity out. “And if we have not, we have to ask which of those areas needs to be cleaned up.” Read more here.