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Take the Random Acts of Kindness challenge

We are smack-dab in the middle of Random Acts of Kindness Week, which spans February 14 through 20. Since today is officially Random Acts of Kindness Day, we are urging GL readers to launch their own kindness campaign.

 

Here’s the challenge: Every day, we want you to commit one random act of kindness. Big or small, we think you’re the key to making this world a better place. Think you’re up to it? We’ve got 20 ideas to get you started.

 

1. Help an elderly neighbor with his groceries

 

2. Bring a home-baked goody to your bus driver

 

3. Send an anonymous thank-you card to your favorite teacher

 

4. Donate used children’s books to a classroom

 

5. Set out Mom’s weekday breakfast before she comes downstairs

 

6. Invite the quiet girl in class to join your group for a project

 

7. Read to kids at your local library

 

8. Return a rogue shopping cart to the store

 

9. Toss the litter you see on the sidewalk into a trashcan

 

10. Start a recycling initiative

 

11. Leave a generous tip

 

12. Sprinkle salt on your neighbor’s sidewalks before or after a storm

 

13. Offer up a smile and a friendly greeting to people you pass

 

14. Clean your room before Mom asks you to

 

15. Cut the drama and be genuinely kind to a frenemy

 

16. Collect canned food for a food bank

 

17. Hug your dad, in public, just because

 

18. Send a postcard to a far-away friend

 

19. Burn your fave playlist onto a CD for your buds

 

20. Share a toy, game or book with a younger sib

 

Got any more sensational suggestions for a random act of kindness? Dish ‘em out, girlies!

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by Brittany Taylor | 2/1/2016
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