The Louvre’s online collection, four ways to get more done in less time, how not to take things personally, and random acts of kindness that will restore your faith in humanity. This week’s Good News.
Wishing you could take a quick trip to France over the weekend? Here’s the next-best thing – the Louvre has made its entire collection available online! Treat yourself to your favourite French pastry and settle in to browse nearly half a million stunning art-pieces in this immersive digital experience. You’ll be glad you did!
If you’ve ever ended your workday feeling both drained and somehow not productive enough, this article from The Harvard Business Review is for you. It offers four sure-fire ways to get more done in less time – and the best part is, you can tailor the advice to your own personal energy level and style of working so it will be as effective as possible.
It can be hard not to take cancelled plans or constructive criticism to heart, but this Ted Talk from Frederik Imbo can help you change that. He has a deceptively simple (and effective!) strategy to stop taking things so personally. Not only will his advice help you empathize with others, but you’ll go easier on yourself as well. Can you guess what it is?
Need an extra boost of happiness today? This video from The Sound Project on Youtube has you covered. It’s a compilation of lovely moments and random acts of kindness that will restore your faith in humanity—guaranteed!
Awww of the week: a dog and a turtle playing soccer together. Is there anything better than an unlikely animal friendship?
See you next week!
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