We’ve decided that there is way too much bad news being covered, so we're turning over a news leaf. From now on we will make every effort to start covering more positive news and to offer our readers a balance. We are not proposing to cover only good news and nothing else. What we will make every effort to do is to try and balance our coverage with inspirational news, feel good stories and water cooler content.
By focusing on crime, poverty, drugs and aberrant behavior, many news outlets have failed to focus on the wider picture. We will attempt to offer a complete portrait of the world around us. Both good and not so good.
We've listened to our readers and have heard all of you loud and clear. We agree that unfortunately, the overwhelming majority of press coverage still emphasizes the pathology of negative behavior - poverty, violence, gangs, illiteracy - almost to the exclusion of great things and brilliant actions on the part of many wonderful people, those marvelous folks who surround our everyday life.
Unfortunately, news is defined as the unusual, the triumphs and tragedies, underachievers and overachievers. Simply stated, it is about the extremes in our lives and not the typical every day occurrences.
Having said this, we are asking everyone to offer story ideas that we can write about, or to write them yourselves. Please, tell everyone you know and even those you may not know that City Island Images is offering rewards for the best profiles of people working for the greater good and for the most inspirational stories we can publish.
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City Island mixes bohemian cool, NYC quirkiness and seafaring charm, according to the news article below. Reporter Jason Sheftell in The New York Daily News.
A number of people are realizing a need for something most of us take for granted - SLEEP.
Sleep in an important part of every ones overall well being, yet many suffer from sleep disorders.
Here are some suggestions to make sure you get the sleep your body needs:
Stay out of bed until you feel like sleeping..
Eliminate noise as much as possible. Ear plugs may be necessary.
No pets in your bed because these will definitely compromise your sleep cycle.
Reduce light, as it affects the way your brain produces hormones which regulate sleep.