Day 2 Slideshow: Document a Pet #30DaysofGOOD
This month we are challenging our you to document your life. Each morning we post a daily mini-challenge on GOOD.is, Twitter, and Tumblr, along with a testimonial from someone on the GOOD team who's already completed it.
Join us tomorrow, when we challenge you to document happiness.
This Shelter Assembles in Just One Hour—and Could House Disaster Victims for Four Months A Turkish design firm creates a compact home for victims of floods, earthquakes, and other natural disasters.
How New Orleans’ Health Clinic for Musicians Survived the Storm The local healthcare provider weathered Hurricane Katrina, one of the worst natural disasters in U.S. history.
A Team of South African Scientists May Have Just Bested Google in the Race for Cost Effective Solar Energy Researchers from Stellenbosch University are about to unveil a revolutionary model for affordable, transportable, concentrated solar power.
Installation Turns 70,000 Upcycled Plastic Bottles Into Illuminated Ocean A new installation in England turns trash into illuminated art—and shines a spotlight on our damaged oceans.
Starting Soon, 4th Graders (and Their Families) Can Get Free Admission to Every U.S. National Park for a Full Year President Obama’s “Every Kid in a Park” initiative makes it easier than ever to get up, get out, and enjoy nature.
How American Lives Have Changed Over the Last 100 Years What does it take to win at the game of life known as the American Dream?
30 Days of Good Challenge, Day 2: This is Beautiful and we have a fantastic reciprocal relationship! ♥
Taking pictures with my Yellow Bellied Slider Oliver (iloveher) is too much fun. Couldn't take just one! She's been my best friend for 4 and a half years and I look forward to the next 30+.
My solar powered dachshund, charging up his batteries. This is a recent photo - he is currently on vacation, no doubt seeking out more sun. Write home time-to-time, Louie!
Ricksby and Bodega. Snuggly friends.
This is Duncan. I named him after a Paul Simon song, but also I named him the name my parents always wanted to use if they had a son. (Kind of glad they never got the chance; it works much better for the cat.) He lives with my parents now but he’s my sunshine and I take full responsibility for his cuteness.
This is Jelly Bean.
By Douglas Sellers