In the past couple days, I find myself (subconsciously?) focusing on the positive. And I'm not struggling to find it.
The name of this group suggests that members must have a chartreuse mohawk and at least three piercings gotten while wasted at basement shows, but the stereotype of the word "punk" is the very opposite of what this group is about.
It's World Kindness Day and here are six Milwaukeeans who practice it all year 'round.
Turning 40 is a major milestone. But instead of celebrating this midlife marker with black balloons or a pity party, Tiffany Ogle, the co-host of "The Morning Blend" is choosing to make a difference.
He thought it would be fun to memorize pi. He never expected to get paid for it.
Anytime is a great time to be kind. If you're looking for a special occasion to do something particularly nice, now is your opportunity, Milwaukee.
Maybe you've seen some version of a "kindness calendar" wandering the internet. This is the year to follow one!
In a world of angry Yelp reviews and social media gripes against restaurants - some of which are fair, of course - it's refreshing as cucumber-infused water to hear a story that's this gracious.
The taco plate at Margarita Paradise is a tasty deal for $5 - and an even tastier deal when you add another taco for $7.
Even though it's been a couple of decades since Neal Steffek and Erik Dorfner were in high school, they took a few minutes - and a few dollars - to reward their high school teachers.
I knew I had lost it. I went for a walk last Saturday and took only my phone and debit card. The phone was for some podcast catch up and the debit card for a quick stop at the grocery store on the way home.
I think that New Year's resolutions are B.S., and I think most people think so, too. But here's what I am thinking. I think we as a whole need to start being nicer to people.
A few weeks ago, I posted a blog about how my Little Free Library had been emptied out, repeatedly. Two days later, I received a very generous email.