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Where to Get Your Daily Source of Good News
Anxiety-free news ahead
Nowadays, the slew of agitating headlines is inescapable. At some point, it becomes unhealthy for one’s mental wellness to constantly consume news capable of triggering stress and anxiety. Scrolling through one’s feed and reading comments without taking a step back can cause serious harm especially in this time of tragedy.
Thankfully, we have online resources jam-packed with uplifting headlines to lighten your mood and restore your faith in humanity. Double tap for anxiety-free news ahead!
The Happy Broadcast
Designer Mauro Gatti created The Happy Broadcast to counter hate and fear, paving the way for positive thoughts and news from all around the world. He provides fun illustrations to accompany favorable headlines, which guarantee to put a smile on your face. On the weekend, he publishes “Happier Sunday,” a run-through of uplifting news from the week that was.
Good Good Good
In a time when good news is desperately needed, Good Good Good provides just that. Their mission is to celebrate people, ideas and movements shaping the world for the better. Subscribe to their Goodnewsletter to get weekly, hope-filled news in your inbox.
Tank’s Good News
Tank Sinatra’s Good News is humor with a hint of positivity. Positive posts and shareable memes to share amongst your circle? Yes, please!
Some Good News with John Krasinski
Actor and director John Krasinski (A Quiet Place) introduced a “news network for good news” on YouTube during the quarantine period. On the second episode of Some Good News, he invited the original Broadway cast of Hamilton via Zoom to surprise a longtime fan, Aubrey, who couldn’t watch the show because of the pandemic. They performed Alexander Hamilton, much to everybody’s delight.
Everybody is just trying to make it through each day. These accounts filled with anxiety-free news help in making this uncertain time bearable. It’s a great reminder that no good deed is ever wasted; we sure need all the good we can get.