The Great Backyard Bird Count, the miraculous effects of walking, a free online mental health support program for Ontarians, and a hilariously relatable Zoom mishap. This week’s Good News.

Here’s a fun upcoming event for bird watchers: it’s time for the Great Backyard Bird Count! All you have to do to participate is watch birds for 15 minutes any day between February 12th-15th and record your results online. It’s a perfect way to spend a relaxing afternoon (and help protect your feathered friends in the process)!

Looking for a way to improve your memory, self-esteem, and sleep habits? Apparently, walking every day can do just that. Check out the article to find out how you can walk with purpose and improve your mental and physical health. 

We’ve all been feeling a bit more anxious than usual lately. Thankfully, this unique online program offers free mental health support for Ontario residents. Create an account through the website to connect with a therapist and create a personalized 12-week plan, complete with one-on-one support. 

In need of a laugh today? Here’s one of the most wholesome (and hilarious) Zoom mishaps to come out of this pandemic: a lawyer got stuck using the kitten filter during a virtual hearing. Make sure to check your settings, everyone!

Awww of the week: This baby’s happiness is contagious.

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.