This Valentine’s Day, we want to warm your hearts with some great ideas to celebrate this holiday of love. Believe it or not, they don’t involve a romantic dinner for two, a dozen red roses, or expensive jewelry. It’s something even better! It’s sharing your time, energy, talent, and goodness with others!
It’s been a long couple of months. The political climate, along with the winter season, has caused basic kindness to go into hibernation. It is in short supply. However, that’s all about to change when millions of people worldwide will participate in this week’s 17th annual Random Acts of Kindness Week.
World Cancer Day is February 4. While many organizations are advocating for more research funding, better access to new treatments, and better early screenings, today I'm advocating for those you know with cancer. Whether it’s your mom or dad, a sibling, grandparent, spouse, child, or close friend, here are a few simple things you can do for them today or any day - simple tasks that will make them smile and maybe, just for a few minutes, forget about cancer.
It’s that time of year. Seems like there are multiple parties every week between now and New Year’s Day. Cookie exchanges, office parties, tree trimming parties, ugly holiday sweater parties, neighborhood get-togethers, family events, New Year’s Eve and don’t forget Festivus for the Rest of Us! This year, make a difference with your celebration!
Random Acts of Kindness can make the world a better place. They can certainly change anyone's mood in a matter of seconds. Whether it's showing a stranger a simple kindness or being there for your friends and family, you can help create a better community, a better world. Start on World Kindness Day and keep it going! Here are a few suggestions to get you started!
This week is World Kindness Week. The movement is simple: it encourages people to do something kind for someone else.