From CNN to the Bark, newsletters are a great way to give you a boost every day. Here, we pick out some of our favourites.
Bad newsletters are synonymous with spam, and many of us spend a lot of time deleting, archiving, and unsubscribing.
Most newspapers are just a tool for companies to sell their products. However, there are some great newsletters out there, and reading them may become the highlight of your day!
The Good Stuff by CNN
Much of the news we hear focuses on death and natural disasters or showcases the worst of humanity.
The Good Stuff by CNN focuses on positive news from all around the globe.
For example, a man found a balloon with a Christmas wish, so he spent hours driving to find girls who wrote it and made their dreams come true!
Word of the Day
Expanding your vocabulary is always a good idea.
Word Genius makes it easy by sending you a new word every day! It is a fun and simple way to learn something new every day.
What I like the most about this word of the day newsletter is the precise format. You can tap to hear the pronunciation of the word and see it used in a sentence.
The more we do online, the more susceptible we become to virtual scams.
They stay on top of scam trends, and they only email you with helpful information on the newest threats and tips about avoiding them.
Globetrotting took a bit of a hiatus for many of us around the world.
Travel Trivia is a great way to keep the spirit of travel alive even if you are staying put at home.
Most of their newsletters come in the form of multiple-choice questions.
When you select your answer, you will see if you are right or wrong, and there will be more questions that you can answer.
There is no limit to how much you can learn about the world with Travel Trivia!
Dog Newspaper – The Bark
If you believe that a dog is a man’s best friend, then this newsletter is an excellent choice for you!
The Bark will send you information that will help you and your furry friend(s) live your best lives! They cover everything from product recommendations and training tips to dog culture.
National Day Calendar
Let’s face it; you should not need an excuse to celebrate.
But if you need one, the National Day Calendar is there to help! Every day has one or ten fun things to celebrate.
Sometimes the holidays are more serious, but most are silly such as foods, activities, and things such as National Silly Earring Day!
This newsletter is a great reminder to make the most of every day.
Not all newsletters are spammy or trying to sell you things you don’t need.
Many great companies use their newsletters to send you interesting, fun, or valuable content.
Consider subscribing to newsletters that will brighten your day and incorporate them into your daily routine!
These newsletters should give you a great boost. You know what else has that power? Hugs!
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