Our weekly “fresh finds” is temporarily renamed “good news of the day”. Each day we will provide you with content that gives you reason to be hopeful and feel more positive about our future. The future is much brighter than it feels at the moment.
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No one knows for sure how long this pandemic will last, but this Nobel laureate believes that the road to global recovery might not be as long as it seems right now. That’s definitely something to be hopeful about!
Netflix has started a 100-million-dollar coronavirus relief fund for members of the creative community who have been laid off due to the pandemic. The bulk of the fund will go towards helping crew members like electricians, carpenters, and drivers who are now out of work. Let’s hope more companies follow their example in the near future!
With all the uncertainty in the world today, there’s no better time to add some mindfulness to your daily routine. Not sure where to begin? Check out the meditation app Headspace for some free, guided meditations.
Looking for more ways to entertain your kids while they’re home from school? Audible is offering hundreds of children’s audio-books for free. Check out their website to start listening. (Thanks to our client KT for sharing this with us!)
Here’s something to lift your spirits: the musicians of the Toronto Symphony Orchestra got together virtually to perform “Appalachian Spring” from their living rooms. People will always find a way to stand together, no matter the distance between them.
See you tomorrow!
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