20 Ways You Can Pass on Random Acts of Kindness

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  1. Help out a little old lady in the grocery store when she can’t reach something on a higher shelf
  2. Snow blow your neighbour's driveway
  3. Give someone a ride somewhere so they don’t have to take a bus or a taxi; even if it’s out of your way
  4. Besides leaving a good tip, tell a waiter / waitress how well they did their job
  5. When you are shopping in the grocery store, and have extra coupons you don’t need, give them to other people who you see picking up those products
  6. Make a homemade pot of soup and give someone at your church who you think needs it or would appreciate it right now
  7. Give a needy family some groceries / toys / money / gift cards; anonymously
  8. If you take the bus, pay for someone else’s bus fare
  9. Cut a neighbour's grass this week so they don’t have to do it
  10. Give someone a tank of gas (leave a gas gift card in their mail box)
  11. Pay for coffee for the person in line behind you in the drive through
  12. Pay for someone else’s purchases when you’re in the express line at the store
  13. When you’re in a restaurant pay for the meal of another couple at another table
  14. Walk your neighbour's dog
  15. Donate some money to a church or charity in someone else’s name, so they will get the tax receipt
  16. Babysit your friend’s kids, for free
  17. Pay for someone else’s hair do when you’re at the stylist
  18. Pay for someone’s over-due fees at the library
  19. Babysit a friend / family member’s dog for free while they’re on vacation
  20. Give a teenager an iTunes gift card when you’re at the music store

New Website Launch

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I've just launched a new website called 
Breaking the Window - It's about helping to break stigma against mental illness and abuse; one window at a time.  Stigma hurts!  Every Time! 

The mission statement is:   
It is the mission of Breaking the Window to reach out to people in all areas of life to help, empower, inspire, and educate them in an effort to help break the stigma in the world surrounding Domestic Violence and Mental Health issues; and to help those suffering to build healthier, happier lives.  
I am welcoming guest authors to publish posts on this site that fall within the topics of our mission statement.  Check out the Guest Post Guidelines, and submit a post.  I'd love to hear from you!

The story behind the name 'Breaking the Window' is on the About Us page.  The website also has lots of resources listed for both Abuse and Mental Health issues.

Come and check it out!  Thank you.  

The website address is: