1. Buy a stranger a free pizza or a dessert
2. Help people move
3. Make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for a local shelter.
4. Send an interesting article to a friend
5. Slip a bit of $$$ to a person who you know is having financial difficulty. Even better if they don’t know where it came from.
1. Collect money or items for your favorite charity.
2. Give your partner a massage.
3. Invite children to play with you at recess.
4. Say I love you to someone you love
5. While you’re out, compliment a parent on how well-behaved their child is.
1. Admit when you’re in the wrong (it helps other people feel better about their mistakes!)
2. Go caroling.
3. Run errands for elderly/widows in your area.
4. Tell a joke to make someone laugh.
5. leave diapers and wipes at a changing station
Sometimes it’s simply better to ignore the haters. That’s the lesson that his dad had been trying to teach him, but he still couldn’t let it go. He latched onto them and their hate and couldn’t let it go, but he also realized that this wasn’t healthy. That’s when he came up with his devious plan.
1. Bake cookies for your postman/postwoman.
2. Be generous with compliments
3. Check on your elderly neighbors after a storm.
4. Give a letter of appreciation to your pastor
5. Let your kids stay up an hour later than normal if it is not a school day the next day.
1. Clean up a local park
2. Compliment others. A simple “your hair looks great!” can make someone’s day.
3. Donate used clothes
4. Hold the elevator.
5. Support your own and your friends’ kids at their recitals and games.
1. Buy someone a lottery scratch ticket.
2. Give a hug.
3. Say thank you to someone who made a difference
4. Stash water/sports drink at your local park or sports field
5. leave pool toys at the pool with a note to take it home
1. Do the task no one else wants to do
2. Donate your old eyeglasses so someone else can use them.
3. Hide bubbles or sidewalk chalk around your neighborhood
4. Offer to babysit for a single mom
5. Rake leaves (or do gardening) for a neighbor