Today’s bit of good news? It’s the one-year anniversary of Not All News Is Bad!
One year ago today I started the public version of this little project, and since then have posted 359 (three hundred and fifty nine!) stories highlighting just a small fraction of the good things are are going on all around us. And don’t you for a second doubt that they’re out there. Often the hardest part of this job is to select which of several candidates to choose.
Oh, and there are 1,292 of you currently subscribed to Not All News Is Bad, plus uncountable others watching on Facebook (there are 112 followers, but since there’s no way to know how many people Facebook reliably shows it to, it’s quite literally uncountable).
Anyway, just wanted to take a one-day break from Not All News Is Bad to celebrate with a little good news of my own. Back to our regularly scheduled goodness tomorrow.
Thank you, as always, for hanging around and watching my little project.
PS: As I stated in the New Year’s post, this is a personal project of my own, with minimal costs since it leverages everything I already have in place to run Ask Leo! and other things. That being said, people still occasionally ask how they can help.
The best way is by sharing Not All News Is Bad with others. In these troubled times there’s no doubt that people need it.
If you feel you want to throw money at me, I won’t stop you. I’ve set up a patronage-like product in The Ask Leo! Store specifically for Not All News Is Bad support. Thanks for even considering it, but do share Not All News Is Bad with others, too, OK?
I just want to thank you for the smile you put on my face every day!
The news also give good inputs what one can do at his own place.
I’m reading you via RSS. Does that count as a subscription?
Absolutely! Whatever gets it out counts. 🙂
Jean Hack says
I look forward to getting these every day and really appreciate your sharing them. It’s a bright spot in my day and one I love sharing with others. Thank you.
Congratulations and thank you! This is part of my morning ritual, a sort of inoculation for the rest of the news day.
Dee Smith says
Again as all others have mentioned thanks so much for
‘Inspiring News’ ; it truly is a gift in these times of continual ‘ History
repeating Itself’. Thank-you for your Faith in humanities possibilities,
your Desire to try and help, your Belief that there can be Change.
Randolph Stubenrouch says
Thank You: More.