Random Acts of Kindness – A Life Habit

Yes..We all try and practice Kindness every day, but this is an opportunity to focus on reaching out, and helping those we would not normally.

An opportunity to join an event that can change your community, your friends, strangers lives, and your own.

Fill 12 Days with Random Acts of Kindness!

November 14-25th.

All day, for 12 days – Will you join in?

Here is a FREE List for you to download and print.  It is super easy.. Just click the picture or here, and it will help you fill your 12 days easily!

 

 

Here is how you can help…

Will you leave a comment with some ideas to SHARE ?

HERE IS the EVENT page:

Fill 12 Days with Random Acts of Kindness

(Click above)

Wish to listen to the Radio Podcast?

Join the fun and read the Newspaper article!

And to add a smile to your day… here is a little sampling of my daughter’s photography.

A baby doll for sure

Oh, and be sure to leave a kind comment on your Plans for the Event.

September

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Comments

  1. Rake leaves, cut grass or shovel snow for a neighbor…and don’t tell them it was you, if possible.

  2. I am going to start a “Kindness Journal”… Not to keep track of what I do for others, rather what they do for me. This is especially important for me to track the kindness of my husband and children. As a stay at home Mom, sometimes I get thinking that I do everything for everybody all the time. It’s simply not totally true, but without the right perspective I begin to feel overwhelmed. This journal will remind me of their kindness, and help me to view the times when socks and dishes are left strewn about as “not such a big deal!!” :)

  3. Sheila Sibley says:

    Today I’m doing my children’s chores for them. Now I’m a big stickler for the kids to do their part when it comes to the housework around here so this is a big stretch for me. I figure though if I do their work today then it will help me to realize what kind of feelings they are going thru when I ask them to do it and they dont want to. Also it frees them up to be able to have some fun on this beautiful day we have here this afternoon when they get home from school. Tomarrow I think I’ll go visit my friend who lives in the next town over and bring her some soup. We talk all the time but hardly ever get to see one another! I believe it will be a great surprise for her as I know she’s an at home mom like me who doesnt get to get out much.

  4. I recently gave away all my baby things a bassinett,swing,clothes,bouncer seat all brand new to a couple expecting in march …who recently lost their jobs

  5. Honestly, as a young mom, I would just welcome a phone call or a text from an older mom telling me that the toddler years aren’t forever(well, the toddler years+pregnancy). Sometimes it’s the really small things that make the biggest difference.

    • Sara,,, Your words ring so true to many of us! I, also am negligent of acting out in this way sometimes,,, and will find your comment as an encouragement! Thank you for your friendship!
      September

  6. I heard about your 12 days of Random Acts of Kindness from Money Saving Mom and I was so excited to join. I clicked attend on your facebook page and I am going to blog each day about it. This is a great idea and I love it so much!

    • Becca,
      What a great idea to Blog about it every day! Thank you for joining in and encouraging others through your blog. I am excited to “meet you!” Blessings,
      September

  7. I gave a coupon I was not going to use to the person behind me. The kids brought over some eggs to our neighbor who recently lost her husband. I think their smiling faces were enough.

  8. I love that you and the kids are doing this, and challenging others to do it too September!
    May God Abundantly Bless!
    Linda

  9. Thank you so much for sharing this challenge. We are doing this and I am going to try to blog about it. It’s amazing how this can push you to do things you have been putting off!

  10. After Halloween, I decided to take my 2 girls (4 and 2 yrs) outside to pick up any Trick or Treat litter around our neighborhood, as a way to serve our neighbors. (Disclaimer: of course, I made sure I knew what they were picking up, and if it was okay for them to do so)

  11. Janie and I took care of all the carts in the Marshall’s parking lot.
    We smiled all the way home!

  12. Today, walking out of a store, two ladies came behind me. One was elderly, the other, younger and juggling her purchases while obviously keeping an eye on the elderly lady with her. First I held the two sets of doors, and as they passed me the second time, I noticed the elderly lady was on oxygen and the younger lady was carrying the oxygen tank, PLUS juggling her purchases. I quickly offered to carry her purchases to the car. She gratefully took me up on it. Small act, but warmed my heart, and hopefully theirs, too.

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