The internet can often be a stressful and negative place. Whenever I’m feeling a bit down, or overwhelmed with social media and gossip articles, I look to the more positive and happy corners of the web. Here’s 10 of my favourite.
Good News Network: Good News Network has been a clearinghouse for the gathering and dissemination of positive news stories from around the globe.
Good Life Zen: This warm and welcoming community is run by New Zealander Mary Jaksch, with the tagline, “practical inspiration for a happier life.” She provides lessons and tips on happiness, inspiration, meditation and productivity.
Sunny Skyz: Sharing only positive, upbeat media that inspires. They share uplifting news, inspirational stories, feel good pictures and videos so you can live, laugh and love.
Goodnet: A website that shares content to engage good doers with the many wonderful ventures on the web.
Things to be happy about: Have you read the book 14,000 Things to Be Happy About? This site offers a sampling of the inspiration found there, with lists of positive thoughts, events, quotes, and more.
Stuff on my dogs head: Quite literally a website dedicated to stuff on dogs heads. A fantastic use of internet I’d say.
Milkshake: Milkshake is a free email featuring all that’s good – products, travel, music, eco, people and causes that give back and make a
Gratitude Log: The community for spreading gratitude and appreciation. Open to shiny, happy people, businesses, and organisations over the world.
The Fluffington Post: As if the name isn’t cute enough, The Fluffington Post (also known as The FluffPo) is a repository of media about soft, petable creatures, and fluffy animal news.
Humans of New York: A personal favourite, HONY provides a worldwide audience with daily glimpses into the lives of strangers in New York City.
What’s your favourite place on the internet?