8 Things of Note

A few of our favorite links from around the web this week.
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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.