“It’s Going To Be OK” is a hard thing to believe given the state of, oh, everything. Many things are, in fact, not going to be okay at all. But on the advice of a wise therapist, we’re on a quest to find one okay thing about every day. Each morning, we bring you a short story, essay, or interview about one thing that makes us — or our guests — feel like it might not all be so bad ... even if some things are. Join us every morning to start your day with the opposite of a doom scroll. And share your okay thing by leaving us a voicemail at 612-568-4441 or by emailing IGTBO@feelingsand.co. “It’s Going To Be OK” is brought to you by The Hartford. The Hartford is a leading insurance provider that’s helping to simplify employee benefits by making them more personal and easier to understand. Learn more at The Hartford.com.
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So glad I found this podcast! Truly a bright spot in my day. Thank you 🙏❤️
Thank you for the lil’ sunbursts this podcast provides 🌞💕
Easy listening on the weekends!
This might be my new favorite episode. I need a hamster with a top hat and possibly cummerbund. So sweet.
Love this daily snippet. Some days it makes me laugh, some days it makes me cry, but it’s always a bright spot in my commute. Loved today’s weird hamster episode :)
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