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How to spread the love every single day

 
Haven’t had your fill of the day of love just yet? Us, neither! Two inspiring teens are showing the world how to spread the love 24/7/365. Take a peek at their world-changing ways and score some inspo. You know what they say: Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.

 

Operation Neat Tweets

Last year, football team captain Kevin Curwick took to Twitter to face off against cyberbullies. Annoyed by all the trash talk happening in his school community, he created the @OsseoNiceThings account and started tweeting nice things about Oseo High School students. Here are some of our recent favorites:

 

 

Mission Make ‘Em Smile

HuffPo blogger Ashley Monroe grew tired of listening to her peers constantly putting themselves down. So tired, in fact, that she decided to do something to counteract the negativity.

 

 

It took her more than 6 hours, but she wrote “You’re beautiful” on Post-It notes and stuck them on every single student’s locker. CLICK HERE to read her blog post on the effort.

 

So what are you going to do to make a difference? Big or small, tell us in the comments!

BY BRITTANY TAYLOR ON 2/15/2013 2:11:00 PM

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Twin sisters Annie and Sarah couldn't be more different. But when Annie reveals a terrible secret, Sarah may be the only one who can help.

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