This kid’s heroic Valentine Box contest entry has won people’s wry, non-crafty hearts.

This 10-year-old’s Valentines Box has turned him into a viral hero. In the age of Pinterest, where crafts have been taken to new, barely achievable heights, to see a kid come up with their own unique idea is impressive enough. But 10-year-old Sawyer took it to a whole other level, and now people are clamoring for this kid to be their life coach. Like many classrooms around the country, Sawyer’s fourth grade class held a contest last year to see who could create the coolest box to hold their classmates’ Valentines. Instead of pulling out the colorful scrapbook paper, scissors, glue, and glitter like most kids, Sawyer grabbed a basic packing box and a black marker. He cut a slot …

Michelle Obama shared how her mom keeps her humble, and people are loving it.

This text exchange between the former First Lady and her mom is the best thing you’ll see today. People adore Michelle Obama because she is smart and dignified, yet incredibly down to earth. She’s the kind of person you want to sit and chat with over coffee for hours (before begging her to take you home and adopt you, perhaps). It’s social media posts like this one that make people adore her realness—a quality she clearly gets from her mama. In an Instagram post captioned “When your mom doesn’t think you’re a ‘real’ celebrity…,” Obama shared a text exchange with her mom after her surprise appearance at the Grammy Awards. Instagram/Michelle Obama “I guess you were a hit at the …

Turns out almost everyone loved that ‘controversial’ Gillette ad about toxic masculinity.

(Ad photo via Procter & Gamble Co.) The social media outrage index isn’t a very accurate way judging how everyday Americans feel about events in the news. Social media platforms, like Twitter and Facebook, are great places for the most closed-minded, opinionated, thin-skinned, and angriest among us to vent their frustrations. But, while those people are foaming at the mouth, most people are going about their day, worrying about making ends meet and thinking about how to care for their families and friends. They’re probably happier, too. If you were on Twitter in the weeks before the Super Bowl you probably would have thought conservatives everywhere were irate over the “controversial” Gillette “Best Men Can Be” advertisement. The nearly two-minute …