MISSION: Spread optimism through informative articles that enable people to find paths to living postively in a negative world. People who are happy, successful and optimistic know that, no matter what happens, life still goes on and they can choose to focus on things that empower them. They refuse to give up their right to enjoy life. … It can be improved with practice and is a key to creating a happy life for yourself.We are an open access journal. Like Reader’s Digest, Optimist Post is written by and for everyday people. We share what people need to know to live their best lives. We’re a small team, but we think big.Optimist Post does not pay authors for articles. We also do not charge our readers for access to the journal. All money made from Optimist Post is from ad revenue. Ads are provided by an advertising service and do not necessarily reflect the values or opinions of our staff or our contributors.
SHARE YOUR STORY: If you’re a writer, blogger, author, and want to share your story, please reach out to us. We believe everyone has a gift, a skill, and a story. We believe by sharing this information with each other, we are all better for it.
FUTURE ISSUES STILL ACCEPTING SUBMISSIONS:
- August: Recharge your Routine
- September: Learn Something New
- October: The Pets Issue
- November: Grateful Living
- December: Peace and Love To the World
SHARE YOUR STORY:
- Submit your article submission to optimistposteditor@gmailcom.
- ‘Please include the words: “Article Submission” in the subject line.
- Please include your name and contact information.
- Authors are not paid.
- There is no guarantee we will select your article.
- An about the author section is encouraged and can include a link to a bona-fide business or blog.
- Stories should be submitted in standard format and submitted as .doc, .docx (preferred), RTF, or PDF attachments.
- Include your name, contact information, and the title.
- Submissions should be approximately 1,000 to 3,000 words long.
- Stories must be previously unpublished.
- Stories must be family-friendly and free of any hate speech or rhetoric.