It’s scientifically proven that being kind is good for you. So, why not get your health fix by taking part in Random Act of Kindness Day?
A random act of kindness can be anything from buying a stranger a cup of coffee to helping someone to their car with their shopping bags. It’s spontaneous, it’s between two strangers, and it’s a offered without any expectation of reward.
Random Act of Kindness Day is becoming increasingly popular, and that’s no big surprise. Not only does the receiver feel good, but you do too.
The Random Acts of Kindness movement became popular in 2001 when Danny Wallace created a group known as the Karma Army, which committed to performing these random acts of kindness every Friday. This later became known as ‘Good Friday.’ Nowadays there’s online communities and social media pages dedicated to random acts of kindness, posting ideas and stories to inspire you to help make the world a better place.
Sound good? Why not challenge yourself to some random acts of kindness this week? Here’s our top 20 things you can do to be randomly kind:
Whenever you see an opportunity to perform a random act of kindness, take it. You never know you may even get through our list, make a new friend and or even like it. Tell us your favourite random acts of kindness over on Facebook and Twitter.