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30 Days of Kindness

It's the little things can make a big difference

30 Days of Kindness

It's time to make a change and start a new, healthy habit of being kinder to others. There is so much hate and negativity in the world, and it's time to make a change. Being kinder could be as simple as simple as paying a compliment or giving up your seat for someone else. These small acts of kindness can really make someone's day. Try each and every day to a little bit kinder than you were yesterday. Here is a list of 30 acts of kindness you can partake in.

Day 1- Call up an old friend

Day 2- Give someone a genuine compliment

Day 3- Let someone ahead of you in line

Day 4- Tell someone you appreciate him/her

Day 5- Donate to a charity

Day 6- Donate used clothes to a shelter

Day 7- Pay for someone's coffee

Day 8- Visit your grandparents

Day 9- Write a thank you note to someone who impacted your life

Day 10- Help your mother clean

Day 11- Pay for the car behind you in a drive through

Day 12- Smile at everyone you pass

Day 13- Make dinner for a friend

Day 14- Bring cookies to work

Day 15- Plant a tree

Day 16- Hold open the door for someone else

Day 17- Give up your seat for someone

Day 18- Put change in a vending machine

Day 19- Pick up trash at a park

Day 20- Feed the birds

Day 21- Donate blood

Day 22- Share your favorite book with someone else

Day 23- Volunteer at a soup kitchen

Day 24- Leave a nice note in a library book

Day 25- Donate old books to a library

Day 26- Offer to babysit for a neighbor for no charge

Day 27- Leave a generous tip

Day 28- Help a neighbor shovel their leaves

Day 29- Treat a friend or co-worker to lunch

Day 30- Walk dogs at the animal shelter

Remember that it's the little things you do that make a big difference.

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