Susan Wright

Susan is a green nut… but it’s cute on her! She’s passionate about protecting mother nature, loving animals, and recycling. No, really. If she sees someone throw their soda can or water bottle in the trash, she’ll assure they never let that happen again. “Why add to land fills when it’s just as easy to put that can back to work?” says Susan. Susan has lived in the Sacramento area for nearly twenty years, and enjoys gardening and photography.

Listen to Susan weekday afternoons from 3:00 ’til 6:00.

Susan's Recent Blogs

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Tuesday Good News

 Three teenagers in Texas built a site called that makes it easier for seniors to hang out with young people on Zoom. (story) 


Wednesday’s Good News

 A six-year-old with spina bifida was inspired by the World War Two vet who walked for charity.  So he started walking 30 feet a day, hoping to raise about $100.  And last we checked, he’d raised over 300 GRAND on (story)


Tips To Stay Positive

Do more of what made you happy before this started – Think back to your pre-pandemic routine and what brought you joy. Figure out how to do more of whatever it is, from getting in a good workout to connecting with loved ones – even if it has to be virtually for now.Remind yourself of…


Monday’s Good News

  The World War Two vet who raised over $50 million for charity now has a #1 single.  Someone got him to cover the Gerry & the Pacemakers song “You’ll Never Walk Alone” with a bunch of healthcare workers.  He’s now the oldest person to ever have a #1 hit single in the U.K.  He’ll be 100 years old…


Sunday Good News

 Anthony Tiffith, CEO of Top Dawg Entertainment is stepping up to help families in Los Angeles. He says he’ll cover one month’s rent for 311 units in Watts public housing developments. “This gesture is not just about philanthropy but humanity overall,” he explains. (story)


Saturday’s Good News

 Chick-fil-A has created a fund to help those impacted by coronavirus. The chain is donating $10.8-million to be split between their 18-hundred owner/operators to be used in their own communities. The money will help with food donations, providing support to first responders and their families, as well as helping Chick-fil-A employees in need. (story)


While Gyms Are Closed, Exercise At Home With These Tips

You can still get in a workout without going to a gym. There are all kinds of ways to exercise at home, but even on days when you’re not feeling motivated, you can sneak in some fitness. These tips from trainers will help you burn calories without doing a full on sweat-sesh.Walk while you talk -…


Good News Friday

 A lot of doctors are worried they’ll bring the virus home.  So RV owners have been lending their vehicles out through a Facebook group called “RVs 4 MDs.” (story)

The Beatles’ Sing-A-Long

Beatles fans, you have something to look forward to this weekend! The classic animated film “Yellow Submarine” will debut on the band’s YouTube channel as a one-time-only sing-a-long event. The movie will air Saturday at 9am, with lyrics to the songs displayed at the bottom of the screen so folks around the world can sing along…

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More Good News!

 An art teacher at an elementary school in Vermont bought a bunch of art supplies, like crayons and paint sets.  Then she put together 173 “emergency art kits,”and mailed one to every kid in her school. (story)


Happy Earth Day!

People in Wuhan China can hear the birds singing again. (story)


Wednesday’s Good News

 A 31-year-old guy in Virginia had enough money to get by.  So he held an online drawing for people who lost their jobs, and gave his entire $1,200 stimulus check to a guy he’d never met. (story)


Tuesday’s Good News

 A milk maker in Wisconsin put a refrigerator outside with free gallons of milk for anyone to take.  The owner says his daughters came up with the idea, and they refill it every few hours. (story)

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Good News Monday

 A family in Ohio bought 5,000 Subway sandwiches, and handed them out to healthcare workers. (story)