If you’ve got the mid-winter blahs, maybe this will help cheer you up.
It’s National Random Acts of Kindness Week.
- Psychiatrists say being kind to others offers benefits for you, too:
- Fuels self-esteem
- Makes you happier
- Good for your heart
- Helps you live longer
- Decreases harmful chemicals in your body
Oh, to be a kid again! 🥰
Today's kindness challenge is to remember how proud you were of something you did as a child and do it again. Be kind to yourself – you deserve it! https://t.co/HstNmMmlC5#MakeKindnessTheNorm #RandomActsofKindnessDay #RAKDay pic.twitter.com/LD7P6dc41X
— RandomActsofKindness (@RAKFoundation) February 15, 2022
What’s a random act of kindness someone has done for you that still makes you smile thinking about it?