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With so much negativity surrounding the Republican National Convention, we thought it’d be nice to put a positive spin on things, because it is always important to look on the bright side.

While this year’s RNC is making it easy for people to make fun of, think of how you’d feel as the punchline of someone else’s joke.

There may be some controversy surrounding Melania Trump’s speech, but at least you got to stare at her for a few minutes without her calling the police. That’s a plus, right? This just once again prove our theory that there’s always some good that comes from all the bad.

So here’s the best things to happen at the RNC thus far…

Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery

So Melania borrowed a few lines from Michelle’s previous speech, she only did so because she admired it so much. I mean really, if copying someone was a crime we all would have been in jail years ago when we went out and bought Uggs because someone convinced us that wearing our dogs’ shedded fur on our feet was stylish.

Queen acknowledged Trump

I mean that’s pretty cool, right? How many of you have been contacted by Queen, regardless of the context?

But since they’re making their rounds, I wouldn’t mind Queen reaching out to my friends and making them stop playing “We Are the Champions” every time they win a round of pong.

Colorado delegates reached their Fitbit goals

So they walked out of the convention, it was only because they were less than 200 steps away from meeting their daily Fibit goals. Best news of all, that short walk off of the convention floor was just enough for them to get their 10,000 steps in for the day. Maybe you too could focus on the positive if you got the endorphin release that came with the Colorado delegates’ exercise.

Hillary thanked a member of the Republican party

A little “thank you” goes a long way. It’s nice to hear two members of opposite parties being so pleasant to each other this close to a major election.

100 women are proud of their bodies

The reason for their nudity aside, 100 beautiful women unashamedly bared their bodies to the world, which is a much greater success than that of which they are fighting for. With so much body-shaming and outrageous opinions of what makes someone “beautiful,” it is monumental that 100 women stood together while leaving nothing to the imagination.

All we ask in the upcoming weeks is that you listen to what your mom once told you, “if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t speak.” And if you do have something nice to say, shout it from the rooftops. Life is too short to focus on the negative.