As things start to transition back to normal, it’s important to show those around you how special they are.
In another of our guest blog series, Kayla shares some lovely printables to use to be kind!
During this time, you may have found yourself pondering about how you’d like to help out others in your community. Now may just be the perfect time to get started. Even though being kind can sometimes make people think of donating money, a lot of time, or energy, it doesn’t always have to be that way!
Instead of paying for someone’s coffee while in the drive-thru, consider handing out kindness cards to spread the love with nothing but the cost of some paper.
Did you know that people over 55 who volunteer for two or more organisations are 44 percent less like to die early? Turns out, those heart flutters you feel when people appreciate your help are a lot more meaningful than just a ‘feeling’.
Kickstart Your Journey With a Healthy Challenge
As the new month approaches, it is the perfect time to start your 30-day challenge. Download our printable and start checking off the boxes. Just by sending a text message to a loved one to say you love them can make a world of a difference, especially during this time spent at home.
Go Out of Your Way to Make Someone’s Day
This month show those around you how cool they are. Print out our kindness complimentary cards and have everyone in your family hand out at least two per week. There’s nothing better than putting an unexpected smile on someone’s face.
Incorporate Visual Reminders
The majority of us love some nice home decor, especially if it has a purpose and meaning behind it. Print out our kindness decor reminders for an added touch to your wall art for your whole family. You could even frame this printable and give it as a gift to one of the kindest people you know.
Be Kind to Yourself
Above all, be kind to yourself. Your family is awesome, and you should know that! Print out our printable, frame it, and hang it on your wall for a little pick-me-up for your family. Especially during this time, we all need to keep our chins high and stick together!
Author Bio: Kayla Montgomery is a digital content marketer who helps Mint create helpful and compelling stories worth sharing. Her background in digital marketing and creative writing has led her to cover unique topics ranging from business to lifestyle. In her spare time, she enjoys working out, writing for her own blog, traveling, and exploring all the in’s and out’s Austin, TX has to offer. To learn more, connect with Kayla on LinkedIn.
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