Introducing: the waiter rule
See a car that’s parked inside the lines? Show the driver some love.
Make a difference in your environment and life!
We all get in the habit of breezing past content on social media, though it’s actually worth the effort of making the Internet a positive and constructive place.
We’ve got all the tools you need right here!
Instead of running errands as they come to mind, save time and reduce fuel costs by doing them in a group
If it’s a topic you genuinely enjoy or are passionate about, share your knowledge: start discussions and answer questions for others.
Whether its for today or the next five years, we all have goals we want to reach.
Knit One, Purl One, Give One
Kick-start someone’s day and/or make sure it ends on the right note.
Ask your students to draw examples of random acts of kindness or illustrate what kindness means to them
You could give them to the library, place them in books or hand them to readers
When you see someone almost every day, it can be easy to get caught in the motions of familiar conversation. Make an effort to learn something new about a coworker.
Fundraise for a good cause and help an organization!
Doing laundry can be expensive. Surprise someone and leave extra quarters next to a washer and dryer.
Make some time for yourself today
Read an awesome article or blog post? Send a little love to the author.
Senior citizens have a lifetime of experiences to reflect on. Listen & learn.
Eating locally can be a kind way of impacting local farmers and business!
What better way to combine the spirit of Halloween and kindness than the power of positivity?
Changing the temperature by just one degree can save you 10% on your energy use in a year
Positive reinforcement should be shared.
Memories can re-create special moments.
Not only does this help the planet, but your bank account too
Have you ever read a book that changed the way you see the world? Give someone you care about the inspiration to see things differently.
Save paper, water, gasoline while reducing greenhouse gases!
Make sure you let the kids know how delicious it is
A sweet and simple way to boost someone’s spirits is by sending good vibes to someone’s inbox.
The bees are in trouble and we can help!
If you have a smartphone, you should be able to access your tickets from there
Multi-task like a champion: get some exercise on your errands run or daily commute.
Flying on a plane isn’t too eco-friendly. Sometimes it’s unavoidable, so in those cases, make it up to the environment!
You don’t have to print out that email, do you?
Open your heart and mind to the world.
Whether it’s meal prep, setting the table or doing the dishes, there are a bunch of different ways you can help in the kitchen.
If every house in the USA did this, it would be the equivalent of removing one million cars from the road
Help out your neighbors when they forget trash day
Make studying more enjoyable for a friend or acquaintance or start a study group
Not only does it keep your coffee / tea hot for longer, you can save some money while you’re saving the planet.
This can truly make someone’s confidence soar
Don't try to make yourself feel better by putting someone else down
When you’re healthy and energetic, it is much easier to be kind.
Bringing someone a souvenir could be one of the most thoughtful kindness ideas!
Line drying your clothes is one small step towards making a difference
Reduce the amount of junk mail you get in your mailbox
You could also include kid-friendly tools for safe carving.
We live in a beautiful world! Let’s work together to keep it that way.
Learn more about your neighbors and having a green thumb by sharing vegetables, herbs and the beauty of a garden with those around you!
Make a present extra special with your personal touch!
When was the last time you received a handwritten note? Let’s change that.
Do you ever consider how much energy you are using when you aren’t even home? Reduce your carbon footprint by saving energy when you can!
If your vehicle’s engine is running correctly, with clean filters and inflated tires, it will be more fuel-efficient.
When it comes to job searching nowadays, every little bit helps. Assist a friend with the hunt by leaving your mark.
Don’t feel the need to give up meat for life, but do your part by having one meat-free day a week
It’s all about sustainability! Plus, green thumbs lead to good health
Pick a cause, get a piggy bank, and start saving.
Use cloth diapers
Be kind to our planet by being conscious about the amount of energy you are consuming.
Cheering on a fellow teammate can have a bigger impact than you might expect...
Taking care of your body is the most important thing you can do for yourself
Not only will you bring more types of birds to your yard, but you’ll help the environment in the process.
If you’re not prepared to make the leap of adopting a pet, give fostering a try! There are so many animals waiting to be placed, and your kindness can help a lot with their transition.
Sometimes, random acts of kindness just come to you in the moment!
A great way to show yourself kindness is by cleaning your personal space!
Then donate the bears to hospitals, police stations or fire departments for children in need
Helping someone learn can be beneficial to both teacher and student!
Give the Gift of Literacy
Be kind to Mother Nature and stay sustainably hydrated.
We all know what it feels like to be in an unfamiliar place
Show someone you care about kindness from the kitchen!
Spread happiness and kindness via post!
Hand-me-downs are the way to go! This will save you some money and reduce the packaging materials used to sell something
Instead of having to focus on driving, use your commute to better yourself!
Write 52 thank you notes each year, one every week to a different person.
Create a home for your memories - then gift it to someone or keep it for yourself
A generous and personalized way of showing kindness is by giving gift cards...
Parenthood can be overwhelming, and sometimes the kind words of a stranger is all it takes to turn a mother or father’s day around.
Who doesn’t love food?
Paying it forward never goes out of style.
No better time than the present: learn something new that you’ve been wanting to try but haven’t.
Get a bunch of people to sign it for a nice personalized touch.
Somewhere between 500 billion and 1 trillion plastic bags are used each year.
When you are out in nature, you are imposing on the natural habitat of many species. Be sure to be respectful of all the wild animals you see by observing at a distance, not feeding them, and leaving no trace.
Getting a heartfelt note will surely make someone’s day - who doesn’t love snail mail?
A simple and quick way to bright up someone's day
If you are considering bringing a new pet into your home, there are countless animals waiting for a family to love them.
Garbage isn’t meant for the streets, do your part for your city and community by picking up pieces of trash every now and again.
Giving up a closer parking stop to someone else can truly make someone's day!
Be creative with it! Bring your relatives closer and help them understand a lineage to be proud of
Day or night, rain or shine, walking can always improve your mood.
Kindness sneak attack! Here’s a great RAK if you’re shy or looking to surprise someone with your same taste in literature.
Animal shelters are always in need of supplies. Help out by clearing out storage boxes filled with old towels and blankets.
Being positive in a negative situation makes you a leader
It could be anything from treats to an approved gift certificate to a simple note that says, “thank you!”
It’s such a great feeling to combine doing something good for yourself and others - help out a charity in need through exercise.
Start telling jokes, watching cat videos on YouTube, or whatever makes you laugh!