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Random Acts of Kindness

Much like Mindfulness and Gratitude, doing Random Acts of Kindness allows one to be in the moment and appreciative.Most of us can get caught up in our busy lives that we forget to pay attention to the little things.One small, seemingly insignificant act may not appear considerable at the moment, but may mean a great deal to someone who is having a bad day or feels down on their luck.Little things can mean a lot.The world would be a much different place if everyone took the time and effort to do something, no matter how small, for someone else every day.
Do a good deed for the day.Go out of your way to make someone else’s day a little bit better.Open the door for someone.Give someone a smile, hug, or compliment.Do at least one each day for a week.Make someone else’s day better.
Here is a list of some examples: Give someone a complimentVolunteer at a homeless or animal shelterPick up litterDonate bloodLet someone go in front of you in lineDonate clothes to charitySpread some positivity onl…
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