Day 9 Slideshow: Document Inspiration #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 your coffee break.
There's even a chance to win $300 by submitting pictures of what gratitude means to you through our GOOD Maker fund here.
Australian Woman Demands: “Stop Taxing My Period!” An online petition to end the tampon tax has garnered over 95,000 signatures.
Jon Stewart Fights to Break Military Veterans Into the TV Industry For the past three years, The Daily Show host has secretly trained vets on the ins and outs of the entertainment game.
To Fight Fat, This App Requires You to Move to the Music “Moving Tracks” can make jogging all the more fun/all the less terrible.
Designers Skewer FIFA Sponsors to Highlight Worker Abuse To protest treatment of the workers readying Qatar for the 2022 World Cup, activists target FIFA’s corporate backers.
We Asked You to Walk, Bike, or Run for Charity. 4,000 of You Did It. You ran, walked, and biked 31,280 miles last week—all while Sambazon supported the charities you love. #100StartsWith1
George W. Bush Wanted to Officiate a Gay Wedding The conservative former president once offered to marry two friends who just happened to be a lesbian couple.
"Day9 Doc. Inspiration My bro Phil inspires me 2do more volunteering, get outside, live a good life
"My classroom is fun. Here are the things we do to learn how to freeze motion with film slr cameras at West Aurora High School. The way my students respond to my enthusiasm creates an inspiring dynamic. They are amazing and funny people."
By Brandi Martin
"Elmo inspire me. to be a better person, always smiling and thying to learn everyday something new. Elmo is so cute, isn't it? Taken at Montevideo, Uruguay."
By Ana Pace
"This was taken on a recent trip to California; traveling always inspires me and this tiny little boat in the big ocean makes me want to push myself to do something bigger."
By Martha Wilson