Something funny, not depressing...
When I was happy a few months ago, I discovered Studson Studio on YouTube. He wasn't a destination, just one of those suggested paths the unwary can follow in YouTubeland like Alice in the looking glass.
I was working on my dollhouse because I felt happy and had some energy to spare for having fun. It was really nice while it lasted.
Google keyed off my miniature searches and YouTube began suggesting miniature building videos. Cue Studson.
He's a born director, videographer, cinematographer, editor, gaffer and foley artist. One of his videos includes a video remake, shot as a child, of the first Jurassic Park, starring siblings and friends the summer it came out. It's the video where he recreates his childhood home as a building from Jurassic Park.
He is funny. Down in the belly funny in the stream-of-consciousness, video-laden-cultural-references, self-effacing way some Millennials have that makes me think of him as the son I never knew I wanted.
Add his use of trash and recycled materials to build 28mm scale miniatures for tabletop gaming, and I can spend hours watching him without regret.
He hasn't been posting for long, a year, perhaps, but he has over 100K subscribers. I know they all think he's funny, too.
So, if you need a little pick me up after a hard day, check out Studson Studio.
Keep the faith.