Let’s have a discussion about Random Acts of Kindness, which can be done throughout the whole year. This December, I am sharing with you my Random Acts of Holiday Kindness and I would love for you to join me.
“What is Random Acts of Kindness?”, you ask. It’s bringing joy and happiness to someone’s life unexpectedly through a small gesture.
Here are a few R. A. O. K. examples:
Buy someone a cup of coffee
Donate a grocery basket to a family
Pay for someone’s meal at a restaurant
Give essential workers a gift card
Donate to a toy drive
As you can see it doesn’t take much to show kindness to someone. The holiday season is about spreading love, peace and joy. So as you go about your days during the month of December don’t forget to show kindness to someone.
Blogmas is about to begin and I’m excited to bring you all the wonderful things about the Christmas/Holiday season. I will be posting 12 day of Blogmas for the 12 days of Christmas. So grab yourself some hot chocolate and enjoy the ride.
In case you miss Blogmas 2015 & 2016, click the link here to catch up.
Christmas is the season for giving. Today I will share my experience at my daughter’s toy drive. The kids really enjoy their presents and was very grateful for their gifts. I feel very blessed to have been apart of this event. I am very proud of my daughter, she did such a good job.
See pics below of the amazing event.
The toy drive was successful. It’s always better to give than receive.
We are in the home stretch now. There is just 4 more days until Christmas and I didn’t post any of my Christmas decoration. Me and my daughter had a good time decorating the house for Christmas. Check out the pictures and video below.