10 Kind Things To Do For Someone During The Pandemic
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10 Kind Things To Do For Someone During The Pandemic

"Be Kind, Someone Needs It."

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We all had a long year because CVOID-19 SUCKS! I miss my friends and family so much, but there are still ways to bring people kindness and love when you can't see them so closely.

1. Send someone flowers or another gift

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People loving gifts during the pandemic and it's good for small businesses too.

2. Text or call someone to literally say hello

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When a friend gives me a phone call just to check in, I know I am not alone during this crisis.

3. Or even video chat

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I set up video calls with friends - it's not the same as in person but it will do okay for now and will show others that you are keeping in touch with them.

4. Send a card

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I sent holiday cards and just greeting cards this year to help people cope with the pandemic and they were so popular that I made more to send out.

5. Have a social distance date

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See your friends, but be smart. Keep in touch when you can but social distance and don't let your guard down.

6. Host a virtual get together

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Invite others to get together to show support through video chats. I had a virtual reunion with my friends who I met in Israel and it was a blast.

7. Donate

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Now is the time to donate money, food, clothes, anything as people are being laid off due to COVID-19.

8. Thank workers

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Individuals don't always have the choice to work from home, especially nurses, so be thankful.

9. Show patience

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This thing will end soon, do your best, and be patient with others.

10. Be kind to yourself and others - BE NICE!

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Just be nice - everyone is going through hard stuff.

Be Kind. Always.

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