8 Things of Note

A few of our favorite links from around the web this week.
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A few of our favorite links from around the web this week.
Image by Anne Sage.

Image by Anne Sage.

How are you faring this week, friends? Personally, we are looking forward to some low-key plans with family and friends. We hope you have a happy weekend; and as always, a few conversations from around the web we found particularly noteworthy—happy reading.

Shared by Sheryl Sandberg: how stereotypes hurt all of us and are passed from generation to generation. #sharetheload

How meditation changes the brain and the body (or, the benefits of mindfulness meditation).

“The message is clear: surrender, trust, and faith walk.” The guiding powers of that super moon! 

Remembering Nancy Reagan, her lasting impact on the White House (as a presidential home) and a look back at her vibrant, iconic style.

Global parenting habits that haven’t (yet?) caught on in the U.S.

We’re feeling spring: how to dye eggs using beets (easy, really!).

The science of happiness, and why complaining can affect your health. 

The miscarriage taboo: A culture of silence can make it even harder for women to make sense of losing a pregnancy.

p.s. March 8th was International Women's Day, and we've come so very far but still have a ways to go.