An intergalactic fixit clinic, a free online personal finance course, a twitter thread that will make you smile, and some jack-o’-lantern masterpieces. This week’s Good News.

Need some help fixing a broken item? The Fixit Clinic—a group of like-minded DIY repair experts from around the globe—has gone virtual. Sign up for live repair events on their website for help troubleshooting solutions to whatever small repair projects have you stumped. Already a fixit wizard? Share your wisdom here!

Ready to take charge of your personal finances? This free online course from McGill is perfect for young adults who want to improve their financial literacy. Not only will it help you make sound financial decisions going forward, but you’ll come away with a certificate verifying your new skills (a great addition to your resume!).

Need some reassurance that the world is full of happy moments? Here’s an uplifting Twitter thread involving a famous actor, a lost wedding ring, and a network of specialists doing their best to spread a little cheer. 

The jury may be out on trick or treating this year, but there are still plenty of ways to get into the Halloween spirit. Case in point: this man’s jack-o’-lantern masterpieces. Check out the article to see some of his best work – and to get some spooky inspiration for your own pumpkin carving adventures!

Awww of the week: the unflattering dog photo challenge. Your four-legged pal has never been more relatable.

See you next week!

This information is of a general nature and should not be considered professional advice. Its accuracy or completeness is not guaranteed and Queensbury Strategies Inc. assumes no responsibility or liability.