Top book recommendations from NPR, an app that lets you vent to strangers, the ten best standing desks for working from home, and a TikTok compilation to restore your faith in humanity. This week’s Good News.

On the market for a new book to read over the holidays? Look no further: you’re guaranteed to find your next favourite on this list from NPR. It has thousands of excellent recommendations for every genre under the sun – and if that sounds overwhelming, never fear, it’s filterable so you’ll only see the books that truly interest you.

If you’re feeling stressed out or overwhelmed, talking through your feelings can be the best antidote. Not sure who to talk to? This app connects you anonymously with trained listeners so that you can vent to your heart’s content. Check out the article for a first-hand account of how the app works and why it’s so effective.

Starting to feel the physical side-effects of working from home without a proper office set-up? Say goodbye to the sedentary life with one of these ergonomically correct standing desks. Your back will thank you!

Need something to help lift your spirits? This wholesome TikTok compilation is fourteen minutes of contagious happiness. Check it out for an instant mood boost.

Awww of the week: The happiest (and fastest!) dog you’ve ever seen.

See you next week!

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