Fall is upon us! And like Nora Ephron writes in You’ve Got Mail, Autumn brings with it the excitement change – lots of beginnings: a new school year, fresh supplies, and the chance to learn something you never knew. That’s why in this month’s Happy Headlines we’re highlighting people, institutions and even animals who are learning and creating their own exciting new beginnings.
In this month’s Happy Headlines, we’re highlighting heroes. As young as 7, as old as 93 – some of them happened to be in the right place at the right time – others had the slow burn of heroism, the ability to show up, making their corner of the world a better place day-by-day, but the one thing they all have in common is their ability to absolutely inspire us! So, let’s say Hooray for Heroes in Happy Headlines!
The heat is on! As much of the planet is dealing with record-breaking heat we can’t help but worry about climate change and what feels like much of the world’s lethargic response. That’s why in this month’s Happy Headlines we’re highlighting humans’ innovative answers along with nature’s brilliant adaptations that are making the planet a cooler, healthier and happier place!
The magic that happens when we come together in service to one another is what keeps this big, blue planet spinning. In Happy Headlines we highlight inspiring stories that remind us when we work, there’s nothing we can’t do!
As leaves crowd the trees, replacing winter’s barren landscape, it reminds us that the nature of this cyclical world, and the people in it, is abundant and generous. In this month’s Happy Headlines, we highlight inspiring stories of anonymous giving, natural solutions to man-made problems, and more stories of kindness that remind us that when giving is at the heart of the matter, the news is always good!
In Part 2 of her series, Kathlene Mc Govern gives us more tips for traveling with our pets – where to stay, how to get there and what to take!
Spring has officially sprung and so has a sense of renewal and regeneration. In this month’s Happy Headlines we highlight inspiring stories of fresh starts, moments of breaking ground as well as ground-breaking news sure to put some spring in your step!
If we didn’t know it before the pandemic, we certainly know it now – it takes talent, passion, and a whole lot of love to dedicate your life to being a teacher. In this month’s Happy Headlines we highlight the teachers who educate, enlighten, and inspire us!
Part 1 of Kathlene McGovern’s 2 part series on the best and safest ways to travel with your furry friends!
There’s a voice in all our heads whose favorite mantra is “it’s too late to… insert your preferred desire, dream goal here.” Here are some Happy Headlines that show us it’s never too late to be, do or have anything you dream or truly desire.
Our Happy Headlines shares stories about human connections. From the new “Champing” to using VR to combat senior loneliness, these headlines stress the importance of reaching out.
It’s an undeniable fact that humans love to shake what their Mamas gave them. That’s why we thought we’d close out the year with the best dance headlines we could find.
This month, our insidewink Happy Headlines focuses on stories where people stand by for each other, stepping in to Save Lives!
Transitions are like a road map for writing and Kathlene McGovern gives us easy tips on how to make all our writing stronger and more cohesive using transitions.
We all love lavender and Kathlene McGovern explores our love affair with this wonderful plant’s soothing and relaxing properties!
Einstein had some grave warnings about technology…But with 3D printers that build communities, robots who perform CPR, the advent of mind-controlled prosthetics, and high-tech greenhouses, even Einstein would agree that technology and humankind are a perfect match.
Whether it’s scientists conserving a rare species or rediscovering one thought to be forever lost; a young girl standing up to government in order to protect bees or new farmers working to regenerate land and revitalize communities, our spirits are fed by communing with nature…
Kathlene McGovern explores returning to college when you’re in your 30s, 40s or later. It can be both challenging and also present greater rewards than you might imagine.