Ten Recommended Reads: Week of 12 to 18 March 2016

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There are so many great blog posts that I get to read during the week that I took a page out of many a bloggers’ book and decided to share a round-up of my favorite ten posts each Friday, which can either be used to make this evening’s commute go by quicker, or to accompany tomorrow morning’s cup of coffee.

Gold Medal Post of the Week

This week’s top post is Martha’s reflections on a traumatising episode of abuse that happened during her childhood and how those around her might have been able to better help had the topic of sex not been taboo.  If you only have time for one post, this one is it.

From Feeling Anxious and Stressed to Mindful and Efficient

Struggling with not feeling anxious?  Darrian shares a list of 30 things you can do instead of being anxious that just might come in handy.  Still struggling?  Erin discusses the importance of practicing mindfulness and gives a few tips on how to achieve it.  In the same vein, Alex shares how you can decrease your stress in less than 10 minutes a day.  And if you are ready to put in place a more long-term solution to the challenge of stress and anxiety, Mindy shares some thoughts and tips on the art of delegating.

From Feeling Judged to Feeling Confident

Joy challenges some of the judgements that are passed on millennials spending too much time on their phone or doing anything else deemed unworthy by older generations.  Similarly, Pam discussed the difficulties related to another prejudice: that against older people.  These posts upon Michelle‘s thoughts on how to stay true to yourself: don’t let others define who you are, as well as on Erica‘s post on how to be more confident.  This can be the beginning to implementing Hayley‘s tips on how to become happier each and every day.

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