While we live a lifestyle that I pray shows God’s grace to others, I know that many people to show kindness because their finances are tight. However, being kind to others doesn’t have to cost you anything.
- Bag your own groceries at the grocery store.
- Leave coupons by the items you do not plan to purchase.
- Mow your neighbor’s yard.
- Push a friend’s trash can out to the curb on garbage day.
- Leave space in front of your car at a stoplight for another car to pull out into traffic.
- Say “thank you” to the delivery man.
- Do chores for your spouse or sibling without being asked.
- Post a picture of a happy memory on a friend’s Facebook wall.
- Text your husband to say “I love you.”
- Invite friends who do not have cable to come over and watch a game.
My friend Amee of Madame Deals and I are trying to launch a revolution of kindness. You can impact the lives of others by sharing random acts of kindness and then challenge your friends to do the same.
Copy the graphic and share it to Facebook, tagging two of your friends. Show everyone that #BeingKindCounts.
Need more ideas? Amee has a list of 30 random acts of kindness.
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