In 2017, we were constantly bombarded with bad news from what felt like all sides.
There are a lot of reasons for this. Studies show that we actually have a preference for bad news. Just think about how positive news stories are treated — they’re called “puff pieces” and mocked. Beyond that, though, it’s true that 2017 was a particularly challenging year for the world. There were natural disasters of epic proportions and political unrest both across the globe and here at home.
Even if you may have missed it, one man decided to emphasize the positive to finish the year right.