Happy “Randoms Acts of Kindness” day. Showing love and kindness to others actually boosts mental health. Don’t miss the chance to bring positive energy into the world. The hardest battles are those we fight alone or in private and is never a wrong time to give others encouragement and support. Family, friends, coworkers, or strangers can be a great target for random acts of kindness today.
15 IDEAS TO PASS ON THE KINDNESS
1. Text someone something nice. It can be an encouraging quote you like or just a message letting them know how important they are for you
2. Reply to a post you enjoy. Take the effort of making the Internet a positive and constructive place.
3. Thank someone today. Think of someone that did something nice for you and thank them.
4. Water your plant. Think of your plants as if they were your pets, they need nutrients to look beautiful.
5. Start saving funds for a cause you care about. Pick a charity organization or organize your own event and start filling up that piggy bank!
6. Write down someone’s best qualities. Think of someone that can use some encouragement and give them a list of everything wonderful about them.
7. Switch to paperless mail. Be kind to the environment and reduce the junk mail you get.
8. Foster a pet. Adopting a pet is a big commitment but fostering allows you to enjoy their company and help them while they find their forever home.
9. Be kind to your server. When eating out sometimes we can take our service for granted. Be kind to those behind the counter and brighten each other’s days
10. Cook a meal for someone. Who doesn’t love free food, right?!
11. Pick up trash in your neighborhood. Help your community look beautiful and be environmentally friendly. You and other friends can help pick up trash and recycle
12. Leave a surprise in a library book. Help the next reader get a love attack! You can leave a nice bookmark or kind message for whoever gets the book next.
13. Donate clothes and shoes to shelters. People in the community that might be going through a rough time in life will greatly appreciate it. Share what you can with others in need.
14. Complain less. Sometimes is easy to see everything that’s going wrong. How about focusing on the positive? This is a great leadership quality.
15. Be polite on the road. The stress of traffic can get to anyone. Being kind to someone while commuting can change their whole day!
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