How to use design thinking for a happier life, an online tool to help you process your emotions, how NASA’s technology is saving the world’s largest fish, and 15 genius cleaning hacks for families. This week’s Good News.

Struggling to figure out the best path to take in life? This article by Stanford professor Bill Burnett explores how you can improve your life by approaching it like a design problem. The first step is to “reframe” the ideas that are holding you back. Not sure what that means? Check out the article to find out.

When it comes to your wellbeing, you can never overemphasize the importance of emotional mindfulness and self-awareness. This unique online tool can help you learn to identify how you are feeling and why so that you can gain greater control over how you respond to your emotions. It’s even supported by the Dalai Lama!

Here’s some great news for our friends under the sea: a new citizen project is using the same technology that NASA uses to identify stars to help save the whale shark. Human ingenuity knows no bounds!

Having a hard time keeping up with the housework during lockdown? Never fear – here are 15 genius cleaning hacks to help you keep things in order while the kids are bouncing off the walls. Glitter be gone!

Awww of the week: this fluffy cow is basically a giant dog.

See you next week!

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