|Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on November 13, 2015 at 12:00 PM|
Here are some kindness ideas from the Random Acts of Kindness Foundation:
Make a new friend today: Introduce yourself to a stranger and strike up a conversation. Perhaps if there is someone you've seen occasionally on the bus or in the neighborhood, ask them how they're doing.
Mentor a child or teen: Volunteering just a few hours a month with a child can start something amazing.
Pay the tab for the person behind you: It’s not something I’m likely to ever forget. These small kindnesses go a long way.
Write a letter to someone who made a difference in your life: With the internet today there are so many ways to find that person in your past so you can say “thank you, you made a difference to me.”
Listen: Sometimes the best thing you can do is to stop and really listen to the people around you.
Feed a meter: The change in your pocket could make this day a little brighter for a random stranger.
Cook a meal for someone: We all have friends, family and neighbors going through a hard or busy time in their life. Cook a little extra tonight.
Donate: Give a dollar when you’re asked in the checkout line, stop by your local blood bank, take some clothes to your local shelter, food to the food bank
Practice a random act of kindness today.