Everything around us is changing, but a need to hear the good stuff happening in society remains. Whether it’s taking a few hours to lose yourself in a new Netflix release or appreciate an act of kindness, there’s power in finding anything that heals. As another month of our new normal rages on, here’s what’s keeping us grounded.
Season 2 of ‘Dead to Me’ Drops on Netflix
If you fear even your streaming routine has grown stale while homebound, consider a few of Netflix’s new releases. The Too Hot To Handle reunion will make you question your faith in humanity. Michelle Obama’s emotional documentary Becoming will restore it. And a twisty second season of Dead to Me will leave you somewhere in the middle—but grant five blissful hours of uncomplicated escape.
Philly Father Posts His Daily Dad Jokes In His Front Yard
“What do you call a bear with no teeth? A gummy bear,” is a bad dad joke to some, but comedic relief for a neighborhood in Pennsylvania. The Washington Post reported on Tom Schruben, who has begun posting his daily dad jokes on a whiteboard in his front yard. Sometimes they’re from a book his daughter got him for Christmas, sometimes they’re his own creations, but Tom always sits in his garage to watch neighbors pass the sign. “It gives me a reason to get up and get out in the morning early,” he told the outlet. “It breaks up the day and gives me a little purpose. We look forward to it in the house.”
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