Changing the Conversation this Election with @lifeisgoodco #GROWtheGood

There is a lot of uncertainty right now. The election, the economy, and it feels like there is tension everywhere about just about everything. But there is a lot of good too! We have so much to be grateful for in this nation and there is a lot of good that happens around us. I don’t know about you, but with this election in full swing, I’m ready to take some time to focus on the good life we have.

Life is Good®, the lifestyle brand is committed to help get the conversation started about the good around us this election season. And they want to help empower you to help grow the good in your local community and spread the power of optimism.


Now through November 8, 2016, on Life is Good’s social channels, fans from each state will be asked what makes their state a positive place to live. By filling out a Facebook survey, Life is Good optimists will demonstrate all the good happening across the country by sharing what they love about their state, like fun facts, local heroes, and favorite foods. Users will share their good moments on social with #GROWtheGood. At the end of the campaign, Life is Good will provide $25,000 in grants ($500 to a participant from each state) to help grow the good in local communities!

The campaign supports the new Life is Good Positive State Collection, an Americana t-shirt line for men and women. The styles include a patriotic palette and inspirational graphics to focus on the good happening in the U.S. The tees are made with 100% USA grown cotton, are garment washed for softness and feature double needle stitching. Like all Life is Good products, the brand donates 10 percent of its annual net profits to help kids in need.


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Follow Life is Good on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Disclaimer: I have teamed up with Life is Good in support of this campaign. We received compensation for participation in this campaign. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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