Let's face it; the things we are reading about in the news makes the world seem so unkind. While we acknowledge there is a time and place for such reporting but, recent studies show good news is more important to our mental health.
Is Constantly Reading the News Bad for You?, an article published in Time Magazine, states, "More than half of Americans say the news causes them stress, and many report feeling anxiety, fatigue or sleep loss..." The article goes on to say news reporting has undergone significant changes in the past 15-20 years, and these changes have been detrimental to mental health.
Good News. The team at 21 Day Kindness Challenge has come up with a plan to help spread the news about the good things happening in the world!
Our Plan to Help Make a Change. Every weekday, we will post on our social media channels (and sometimes our blog) the following:
Change Your View. Keep up with it all, and we promise you will see a lot more kindness happening in the world around you.
Tell Us. We'd love it if you can share your thoughts and pictures with us!
Until next time... be thoughtful, be present, be kind.
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Hello. I am the founder of the 21 Day Kindness Challenge Program.