Sunday, January 22, 2012

Week 1- Kindness Round Up

We had several fabulous guest posts last week and we have many more in store for you over the next few weeks related to our 100 Acts of Kindness Challenge. I love having so many new ideas infused into our blog every day!

I think I've mentioned my 100 Acts of Kindness Pinterest board before, but if you haven't checked it out yet, head on over here. There are several creative ideas that I've been collecting. 

I thought I'd share a few of the posts that I've discovered this week that go right along with our kindness challenge.

Teach Mama shared a sweet surprise that her daughter made for her siblings.
Simple acts of kindness seriously make such a big impact!


Skip to my Lou shared this heart attack idea.
 I would love to do this to a friend or neighbor... or even on my son's bedroom door.


Get Buttoned Up shared this adorable free printable of the
Top 5 Things I Love About You.
I want to make one for my husband and a few close friends/family members


JDaniel4's Mom shared how they created five awesome salad spinner Thank You cards
as part of Kindness Challenge #1

(photo credit)

Have you discovered any other great ideas related to kindness that you can share with us?

If you liked any of the ideas above, pop on over to the sites and share a kind comment about the posts. There is no act too small, right? 

If you're stopping by for the first time or are new to the 100 Acts of Kindness challenge, you can check out the other posts in this series using the links below.


Stayed tuned for Kindness Challenge #2 on Monday that will be given by Deb from Living Montessori Now!

2 comments:

  1. Love these ideas! Just reading about the challenge! Love it.

    We made blessing bags for the homeless this week
    http://www.radicchis.blogspot.com/2012/01/blessings-bags-service-for-littles.html

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  2. We bought large foam hearts from Target and bags of their cute puffy hearts from the dollar bins. Each of us has our own large foam heart and we get to add a heart each time we are kind. We have them hanging on the kitchen windows next our table. Simple but works great! And we get a reminder about our challenge at each meal.

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