My Top 10 Online Reads #1

Top10OnlineReadsI read a lot of blog posts and articles online and whilst I share a lot of them through tweets, it’s easy to miss them and hard to come back to them at another time. So another monthly feature I’m introducing (along with my ‘Five Favourite Finds‘) is a list of my top ten reads for the month. They will be a mixture of formal news articles and blog posts. Enjoy!

  1. Tired of London, not life: what happens when you ditch the high-flying success – and stress – of the city grind: A woman’s account of her new life in Denmark and how it really is a happy place to be!;
     
  2. 8 top tips for being productive: Sage advice from the great Richard Branson. Any advice from someone that successful must be worth a glance;
     
  3. Back to Work…..: a blog post on Selfish Mother which well sums up why it’s okay to want to go back to work after having a baby;
     
  4. Why a shorter working week would make us happier, and healthier: Some interesting facts and ‘science’ behind why working a shorter week is the way forward. I knew going part time was good for many reasons!;
     
  5. How to raise Girls: I have a daughter and I worry about how I’ll help her navigate life as she grows up. Some interesting comments in this article as food-for-thought;
     
  6. If you asked my boss what hours I work? I really hope he couldn’t answer: An article from Lynn Rattigan, Chief Operating Officer for EY in the UK & Ireland. She’s really pioneered flexible working for mothers;
     
  7. Seven ways to be happy right now: Some of these comments are obvious but so many of us keep waiting for something to happen to make us happy rather than just being happy with where we are!;
     
  8. Fitness, finding the time and doing it all….: A blog post from memeandharri which I really related to because whilst I enjoy exercise, I have the same struggle getting it done as Natalie does;
     
  9. 10 ways to stay energised as a parent: Some wise advice from Oh So Amelia. Parenting is hard work I am a firm believer in parents also needing to be on top form themselves;
     
  10. How to survive: A sickness bug: Some great tips from Not Just Phoebe about how to cope when a stomach bug strikes. Our house was hit about two months ago and some of her suggestions would have come in really handy!

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Hello, I'm Angela. I'm Mum to two small people (4 & 1). I'm a Techie, Gardener, cake lover and tea addict. I'm trying to get our family to live a more sustainable life. I also have far too many opinions...hence the blog. You can read more about me here. You can also follow me on Twitter so you never miss a post. Hope you enjoy reading!

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