Do you keep a gratitude journal? I’ve kept a gratitude journal for over a year and it’s been one of the best things I’ve done. But I have to be honest, it wasn’t always like this. I was one of those people who did the occasional gratitude challenge but it wasn’t routine. At all.
Happy November to you! After the 30 days of Kindness challenge in October I took the first few days of November off for a blogging break. Now refreshed, I’m ready to start blogging again and this months theme is all about Gratitude. Before I talk more about Gratitude and its benefits, can we take
We’ve reached the end of this 30-day Kindness challenge. It’s only fitting for the final act of kindness be about you. While doing all these wonderful acts of kindness, don’t forget to make some time for you. Take time to spread some of that kindness to yourself. Practice self-care and reclaim your time. Treat yourself
With the Holidays right around the corner, why not host your own toy/gift drive. Contact your local homeless shelter or children’s charity and make a plan to donate children toys and gifts for the Holidays. Send a text or emails to your friends, co-workers and family and ask them to join in and donate a
Send a nice encouraging and inspiring note to a friend who is prepping for a big project, a meeting at work or just needs a little pick me up.
If you can, make a visit to your Grandparents or older relatives. Spend part of the day with them listen to their stories and maybe pick up a secret recipe or two.
With Fall in full swing and leaves falling everywhere, help out an elderly neighbor and rake up the leaves in their yard for them.
Bake some cookies or brownies and say hello to your neighbors. What better way to get to know the people on your block that with sweet treats?
With the school year in full swing, I’m sure there have been plenty of school fundraisers. Why not help out with the planning of the next fundraiser at your child’s school or support your niece, nephews or other children in your life’s next fundraiser.