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Chirag Kulkarni

Five Facts You Wouldn't Have Believed in 2016

Chirag Kulkarni | September 25, 2016 | Good News
The world is constantly changing. Every single year new trends come out and change the way we live. It can be easy to forget how quickly this change takes place, but these five facts prove beyond a reasonable doubt that we are truly living in the future. If you'd have learned any of these facts last year, you wouldn't have believed them for a minute.
His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Giving the World Your Joy

His Holiness the Dalai Lama | September 23, 2016 | World
We, the elder generation, have created a lot of problems in the twentieth century. The generations of the twenty-first century will have to find the solutions for them.
Caroline Beaton

The Millennial Work-Or-Life Myth: 4 Goal-Setting Steps To Achieve Both Happiness And Success

Caroline Beaton | September 22, 2016 | Good News
A version of this article originally appeared on Forbes. Sign up for my newsletter to get my articles straight to your inbox. As we plan our careers and seek the most effective, fulfilling combination of work and life, many millennials wonder: will success make me happy?...
Siobhan Kukolic

The Days Are Long But The Years Are Short

Siobhan Kukolic | September 22, 2016 | Good News
I read the book The Happiness Project by Gretchen Rubin a few years back and the one line that really stood out for me was, "The days are long but the years are short." As a mom of three, I have never heard a line more true. When the kids...
Kelly S. Buckley

5 Ways To Celebrate World Gratitude Day

Kelly S. Buckley | September 22, 2016 | Good News
Today is World Gratitude Day. First celebrated in 1965, it was later officially adopted by the United Nations Meditation Group and is recognized each year as a day to show appreciation for all things, big and small.
Leon Stuparich

Inspiring Films That Will Blow Your Heart and Mind

Leon Stuparich | September 22, 2016 | Good News
World Peace Day has become an important date in the calendar since 1981 when it was first conceived by the UN General Assembly to designate the day as "a period of non-violence and cease-fire."
Ed Gillespie

The Fossil 'Fuelneral' - 5 Reasons why we need to start preparing NOW...

Ed Gillespie | September 22, 2016 | Good News
This week I spent three days in Scotland shining a bright light into the dark world of corporate lobbying that slows progress on climate action. The classic 'FUD' - Fear, Uncertainty & Doubt approach: From "It's not happening" through "It's happening, but it's nothing to do with human activity" to...
His Holiness the Dalai Lama

Refugees And The Birth Of Empathy

His Holiness the Dalai Lama | September 21, 2016 | World
Often we hear about another's tragedy, and it makes us feel better about our own situation. The recognition that we are all connected -- whether Tibetan Buddhists or Hui Muslims -- is the birth of empathy and compassion.
Kiran Gaind

Top 5 Ways To Be More Present With Your Child

Kiran Gaind | September 21, 2016 | Parents
Today’s parenting culture often emphasizes cultivating the perfect human being for a future, robot-filled economy we don’t yet understand; modern parents are often rushing from activity to activity in an attempt to curate a one-day employable person who will enter a dog-eat-dog, competitive economy in which only the...
Jeremy Alexander

Myrtle Beach Honors 9/11 Victims

Jeremy Alexander | September 17, 2016 | Good News
Every year, in North Myrtle Beach, a memorial event takes place on main street. It is focused on remembering those who lost their lives and gave their lives on September 11th, 2001. The entire city comes out to show their support for families who were affected, first responders who risked or gave their lives, and those who are still out there protecting us. There is a parade of support by not only those who mourn the losses that took place on that horrific day, but also by the men and women that are still risking their lives each day in service of their fellow man. A moment of prayer and silence is acknowledged for those who died, and time is afforded to individuals who have words of condolence and comfort for us who are lucky enough to be alive today. So many cities around the world show their respect each year for the americans who were lost on 9/11, but I would argue that only a handful do so as effectively as North Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. You would have to be there to experience the full impact and power of the honor that is shown toward the innocent lives and brave responders who were lost on that day. All I can give you is the video above to capture, in some small way, the feelings that are felt by the people of North Myrtle...
Siobhan Kukolic

Glennon Doyle Melton And JFK Understand Crisis

Siobhan Kukolic | September 15, 2016 | Good News
The other day I heard blogger and author Glennon Doyle Melton explain that the root meaning of the word crisis is "to sift." And like a child sifting through sand at the beach for seashells, during a crisis everything unnecessary falls away and you are left with the treasures. All that you need can't be taken from you.
Nicky Mooney

Es-Cape, Wareham's Hidden Gem

Nicky Mooney | September 16, 2016 | Good News
Escape to Almost the Cape. Today I had the opportunity to visit sweet little Onset Island. Located at the Western end of the Cape Cod Canal in the town of Wareham. Picture the day, 75 degrees, clear blue skies and so sunny - a particularly picturesque day. We pull...
Stephanie R. Caudle

Taylor Swift Sends Donation to the Family of 'Kind Katie'

Stephanie R. Caudle | September 13, 2016 | Good News
Within days of Carter's death Swift stunned family members by making a donation to the GoFundMe account created in Carter's order to help offset the cost of funeral arrangements. There was no immediate word on how exactly Swift heard about the car accident.
The Second City

‘First Day Of School’ Pic Alternatives For The Child-Free

The Second City | September 14, 2016 | Women
School is officially back in session, which means one thing to the childless: Your social feed has been crammed full of first day of school pics. Feeling left out? Hey, you don’t need to sport a new “Paw Patrol” backpack and a Pinterest-y chalkboard sign to get...
Francine LeFrak

What Do Christian Louboutin, The UN And Macy’s Have In Common? The Power To End Global Poverty.

Francine LeFrak | September 15, 2016 | Impact
This September marks the intersection of two prominent events. The first is the one-year anniversary of the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which were adopted to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure prosperity for all. The second? It’s New York Fashion Week....
Catherine Dietrich

The Things We Forget To Tell You

Catherine Dietrich | September 13, 2016 | Parents
I hear you with our child in the other room, the music of your laughter mixed with hers the most beautiful sound I know. The vibrating baritone of your voice in perfect sync with the joyful bubble of hers -- a domestic symphony, the soundtrack to our family's happiness.
Miss Deap Khambay


Miss Deap Khambay | September 12, 2016 | Good News
Two local charities are teaming up to bring Winchester its first Bollywood Extravaganza. The Extravaganza takes place on 1st October at St Johns House on the Broadway and tickets are now on sale. Fred Dinenage, the popular TV presenter, will be master of ceremonies for the evening that has been...
Ryan Hampton

The Powerful Response To East Liverpool's #OtherSideOfAddiction Facebook Post

Ryan Hampton | September 12, 2016 | Politics
Imagery is powerful. On Friday, the East Liverpool Police Department posted pictures to their Facebook account of two parents on the side of the road, overdosed with a child in the car. Not surprisingly, the images went viral. The police chief who posted the photo stated that he...
Julee Morrison

Delta Delays And The Power of Customer Service

Julee Morrison | September 12, 2016 | Good News
It was a fast a furious Disney Press Junket. Late nights and I was on the west coast with a body who insisted we keep to our East Coast time.
Gail Cornwall

Pregnant at 16, Now Hailed as Mom of the Year

Gail Cornwall | September 9, 2016 | Good News
"Sometimes it all overwhelms me, and I sit and cry," Diamond revealed, but America isn't having it. Because by helping her we tell all moms, no, you should not have to do this alone. We confirm that though we may have vast differences in opportunity and circumstance, our common concerns unite us.
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