After Going Down "Dark Path," This Man Created "Tank's Good News" to Highlight What Goes RIGHT

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After Going Down "Dark Path," This Man Created "Tank's Good News" to Highlight What Goes RIGHT

Years after getting sober, George Resch (aka Tank Sinatra) started "Tank's Good News" (which now has 2.5 million followers on Instagram!) to highlight the good instead of the bad—and it all started with a woman seen smiling through a hard time.

"I decided to share everything that goes right during the day, because there's plenty of places to find what went wrong," Tank says. "[During Hurricane Harvey], I saw a photo of a woman on the back of a jet ski in her flooded home and she was smiling, and in that moment, it became apparent to me that even in the middle of a tragedy, attitude is everything." 

For his latest good news story, Tank introduces us to Jeff Williams, the owner of Taste Community Restaurant—a pay-what-you can restaurant in Fort Worth, Texas, where the menu has no prices and diners can pay from zero to thousands of dollars for their meal. (One visitor paid $1,000 for pancakes!) Our friends at POM Wonderful are donating $10,000 to help Jeff continue to give everyone the restaurant experience—even when they can't afford it. 

Our studio audience got a little gift, too—a $150 Lulus Gift Card! Enter for a chance to win a $150 Lulus Gift Card here.

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