In June 2013, Sam and Erica left their home to embark on a 2 year, 30,000 mile journey together from Alaska to Argentina.
Our good friend Anna King has a poem to share this month, check it out!
Jeff Hanson is changing the world through art. Watch this inspiring video to learn what one visually impaired kid from Kansas can do to make our world a better, brighter place.
Warning: Your wanderlust will intensify after checking out this video.
Take advantage of the nice weather and visit the shore!
One Lyft driver in San Francisco is doing something small to make a difference.
We asked some pedestrians to let us know why they think life is good! What do you have to add?
A new study suggests that gratitude can lead to a healthier body! Check out how.
Middle school is a hard time. Two Oregon students are doing what they can to inspire confidence in their peers.
How to lend a hand this Earth Day.
Astronaut Karen Nyberg made a video to educate all of us on Earth how she's doing basic tasks, such as washing her hair, up in space at the ISS. An added plus-- she's representing Life is Good!
It's 2015 and you can still find the best music and community at local record stores.
What this frugal Vermont man left behind after he passed away will knock you off of your feet.
A YouTube personality recently asked senior citizens from all around the world what life advice they have for younger people.
What do you get when you pair a Jack Johnson song with a heartwarming story about a girl, her family, and her 19th birthday? This video.
On the morning of December 4th, 2014 Life is good Co-founder and Chief Creative Optimist John Jacobs delivered the keynote speech to the 10,000 people in attendance at the 10th annual Massachusetts Conference for Women at the Boston Convention Center.
17-year-old Malala Yousafzai has been in a never ending battle for Pakistani women's rights to education, culminating in her being shot by the Taliban two years ago. After recovering from surgery she brought her fight to the global stage and it earned her a share of the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize. This is only the beginning.
As the head of a $2 trillion investment fund Mohamed El-Erian has made more money than he knows what to do with. The recent realization of what he lacks made him take a step back and change his way of life.