A few years ago, I read Google Assistant’s tell me something good and learned about solutions journalism.

The stories come from a wide range of media outlets, curated and summarized by the Solutions Journalism Network. They’re a nonpartisan nonprofit dedicated to spreading the practice of solutions journalism, which highlights how problems are solvable and that doing better is possible.

Ever since I occasionally think about the mix of information I read. Don’t I read too much problems, without knowing the responses? The answer tends to be “yes”.

Honestly speaking, I haven’t figured out the way to read news as a grown-up. I was reading the New York Times’ Coronavirus newsletter in the beginning of this pandemic. It was good but I’ve unsubscribed that recently since things wouldn’t move that fast. I read neither daily newspapers nor the Economist magazine.