WTF Should I Do With My Life is a website that helps you figure out WTF to do with your life by offering useful life and work advice.
The website suggests everything from joining the Peace Corps to becoming a dancer or relocating to another city. If the suggestion sounds appealing you can click okay and get the 411 on how to make it happen, if not simply click the Hell No button and the site will suggest something else.
What’s the secret to stress relief? According to SoulPancake it’s tiny kittens! In the video SoulPancake invites strangers to step inside a big glass “therapy” office and surprises them with kitten playtime.
I feel less stressed just watching this. Psychiatrists and counselors take note.
And if you’re looking for yet another prescription for stress don’t forget to check out SoulPancake itself!
The purpose of a Care Card is to serve as a random act of kindness — a message of love, friendship or appreciation. The You Matter campaign encourages human connection and is a reminder that we’re all in this life together. You never know what someone may be going through, and simply checking in can have a huge impact on that person’s well-being. Take a moment to tell someone, “You Matter,” by downloading a Care Card today!
“In an attempt to bring a little more love to New York City, Katie and and I encouraged a bunch of random New Yorkers to kiss their loved ones at McCarren Park in Brooklyn. Check out the video first and then take a look at the photos from the day!”
They say, if walls could talk…I’m actually not really sure what goes after that, but now they technically can with Neighborhood Remarks.
The project was started as a way for communities to have conversations about how their neighborhoods are changing for better or for worse by placing the stickers in public view in order to engage passerbyers.
How do you help the homeless and the environment at the same time? Just ask Gregory Kloehn, who started The Homeless Homes Project. Through his project Gregory has been recycling trash to make tiny mobile homes for the homeless. Awesome, huh?
Find out more about the project or how you can help here.