From natural disasters to divisive politics, we can’t blame news stations for covering, well, the news. But consuming information that tends to be alarming often leaves us feeling anxious and worried – for our safety and for the future of our nation and world.
But there’s a light at the end of the dark and dingy tunnel of negative news: The team at Greet still has plenty of faith in humanity. In fact, we’re on a mission to amplify the good in hopes that it outweighs, or at least counterbalances, the bad, sad, and stressful.
We call it the Good News Revolution: Our hundreds of magazines filled with uplifting and inspirational stories that change the media narrative from stress-inducing to smile-provoking.
Will you be sitting on the edge of your seat reading the features in Greet magazines? Probably not.
Will you be filled with dread, fear, or a sense of alarm once you put down our latest issue of Greet? No way.
Will you catch yourself smiling as you read our stories? Absolutely.
Throughout our publications, we feature people who are doing great things and work to improve their community. Reading examples of individuals making a difference empowers us to take action. This ripple effect of positivity can be the catalyst for engagement and connection needed in the world today.
As a consistent source of positivity, Greet is proud to serve as an antidote to anxiety-inducing coverage you see on nearly every news station, major newspaper, social media newsfeed, and online forum. Our community-focused magazines offer a respite, giving loyal readers an opportunity to recharge and realign their attention to the goodness that surrounds them.
So take a break from the hard-hitting stories from time to time and enjoy the worry-free features of your latest Greet issue. One might even say it’s what the doctor ordered. Happy reading.