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Random Acts of Kindness – Spread Kindness!

Random Acts of Kindness :

Spread Kindness EVERYWHERE!

Those of you who know Sawyer’s Story know that I always try to incorporate Random Acts of Christmas Kindness in December. As times goes on and my other kids get older I really like to include them more and more! I also want to do more Random Acts of Kindness throughout the year because they just bring so much joy! Check out this out:




 

national kindness campaignMichelle Dunk, President of In beTWEEN Girls Non-Profit (A mentoring and Scholarship program for TWEENS and Teens) and CEO and Certified Transformation Coach for Visionary Mentoring Group has launched a National Kindness Campaign. 

From February 13-27 2017 you can simply post a random act of kindness on social media, tag one of the pages above and use the hashtag #givelove.  You are eligible to win a seat in her upcoming Abundant Life Masterclass, a signed copy of the #1 best selling book, Women Who Ignite, A KEEP Collection Kindness bracelet and a Curlee Girlee book for the young girls in your life.  The girls in Michelle’s non-profit will pick the winners and you can view all rules, and details on Visionary Mentoring Group and In beTWEEN Girls Facebook page.

national kindness campaign




The hope of this campaign is to spread massive amounts of love and kindness when we all need it the most.  Doing small consistent acts every day does not need to cost you anything or much time…but it will create a life-long habit that breeds beautiful rewards.  You can’t help but feel better when you do something good for someone else.  It has also been proven that it elevates the dopamine in our brains and produces more oxytocin which gives us not only a sustainable “helpers high” but is good for our overall health.  Kindness promotes that human connection that we all crave, especially in this age of social media and technology.  

Having your children participate in kind deeds also creates a more compassionate generation.  These kids often get a bad rap of being “selfish”.  The truth is, they want a voice and want to lead.  Ask them what causes that they are passionate about.  Allow them to take the lead of supporting it and coming up with ideas to make a difference in the things that they believe in.  This will not only bleed into other areas of their life, but they will likely find peers that have the same drive and values and keep them on their own unique paths.  

Imagine a world where we gave kindness freely and stopped competing with one another?  I believe this campaign will set the foundation of doing just that.  

Random Acts of Kindness ideas:

Compliment someone

Write a thank you letter

Hold a door for a stranger

Bring in the mail or trashcans for your neighbor

Sit with someone at a retirement home and keep them company

Smile at everyone you see all day long

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