With a world that seems to be quickly turning into negative, it’s no wonder many people are struggling to remain positive. There are people arguing in person, on social media, at work and everywhere you turn.
It seems arguing has become the new popular trend on social media and everyone’s life. With this increase in arguing about everything comes the need to share some ways you can spread kindness.
December brings about the holiday season which can add stress to many too, so here are 20 ways to spread kindness in December so that you can do your tiny part spread joy this month.
Kindness At Christmas
Give a stranger a compliment.
Create artwork with your kids to give to a senior citizen’s home as gifts.
Leave change in the vending machine for the next person.
Hold the door for the person behind you.
Let someone go ahead of you in line at the shop.
Donate toys to charity
Volunteer to babysit for a single parent.
Buy someone a hot chocolate.
Spend time volunteering at a local church, school or shelter.
Donate old blankets and sheets to a pet shelter.
Make your own holiday cards to mail to family and friends
Give someone a ride to an appointment.
Set up a fundraising campaign for your community e.g. start a church fundraiser.
Bring food items for the local food bank.
Clean out unused items and donate them to needy families.
Leave a bigger tip than normal when eating out.
Leave a positive message on a friend’s Facebook wall.
Pay for someone’s gas at the petrol station.
Help deliver holiday meals to families in need.
Spend extra time with your family without electronics on.
Invite friends over for a social hour to relieve their stress.
No matter how stressful life is for you, no matter how negative you feel life has become, each of us has the power to love.
Spreading kindness to others is one small step to ensure that you are doing something good for this world that’s become somewhat negative.
With each act of kindness, you are planting a seed of positivity in others and that is the best gift you can give to yourself and others this holiday season.
About Angela Milnes
Angela Milnes is a Qualified Early Years Teacher who has specialised in Preschool and Kindergarten teaching. She has a wealth of experience teaching young children and is passionate about kids crafts and having fun as a family. Angela has also taught cooking skills and loves to share both family recipes and easy instant pot recipes here on The Inspiration Edit. Follow her on Pinterest!