– buy coffee for the person behind you in line.
– Compliment the first three people you talk to today.
– Send a positive text message to five different people right now.
– Post inspirational sticky notes around your neighbourhood, office, school, etc.
– Donate old towels or blankets to an animal shelter.
– Say hi to the person next to you on the lift.
– Let someone go in front of you in line who only has a few items.
– Have a LinkedIn account? Write a recommendation for coworker or connection.
– Leave a note on someone’s computer telling them how awesome they are to work with
– Try to make sure every person in a group conversation feels included.
– Write a kind message on your mirror with a dry erase marker for yourself, your significant other or a family member.
– Smile at five strangers.
– Set an alarm on your phone to go off at three different times during the day. In those moments, do something kind for someone else.
– Send a gratitude email to a coworker who deserves more recognition.
– Practice self-kindness and spend 30 minutes doing something you love today.
– Give away stuff for free
– Write a gratitude list in the morning and again in the evening.
– Know parents who could use a night out? Offer to babysit for free.
– Write a positive comment on your favorite blog, website, or a friend’s social media account.
– While you’re out, compliment a parent on how well-behaved their child is.
– Leave a kind server the biggest tip you can afford.
– When you’re throwing something away on the street, pick up any litter around you and put that in the trash too.
– Everyone is important. Learn the names of your office security guard, the person at the front desk and other people you see every day. Greet them by name. Also say “hello” to strangers and smile. These acts of kindness are so easy, and they almost always make people smile.
– Write your partner a list of things you love about them.
– Find opportunities to give compliments. It costs nothing, takes no time, and could make someone’s entire day. Don’t just think it. Say it.
– Run an errand for a family member or friend who is busy.
– Put your phone away while in the company of others.
– Email or write to a former teacher who made a difference in your life.
– When you hear that discouraging voice in your head, tell yourself something positive — you deserve kindness too!