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Today's Random Act of Kindness...

Pujols Kitchen - Wednesday, December 21, 2016



Try Post-It Note Kindness.
Stick sticky notes on cars, school lockers, your co-worker's desk, or wherever with something nice written on it like "you're beautiful" or "smile" or "you make a difference”.

How to Simplify the Holidays - Tip 4

Pujols Kitchen - Tuesday, December 20, 2016



Simplify the holidays? Is it even possible? The short answer is yes. Here is Tip #4 to help you relax this holiday season.


4.    You don’t go in debt to make the holidays special. For big families, drawing names and having each person buy gifts for one person can help. Handmade items or coupons good for a night of dishes or a week of laundry are greatly appreciated.


Today's Random Act of Kindness...

Pujols Kitchen - Sunday, December 18, 2016



Sponsor a child from another country.
There are many organizations through which you can sponsor a child from another country who is in need of the basic necessities as well as a role model. It is so rewarding to see him or her bloom into a confident young person who has dreams of achieving great deeds.

Today's Random Act of Kindness...

Pujols Kitchen - Friday, December 16, 2016



Give cake away.
Buy a variety of cake. Then, with a group of friends, turn up unexpectedly (like a flashmob) at a public place, eg. shopping mall and hand out FREE cake to anyone you see!

Today's Random Act of Kindness...

Pujols Kitchen - Thursday, December 15, 2016



Make paper snowflakes.

Like snowflakes, no two people are alike. A great way to spend time with someone during the holidays, or when it’s too cold to go outside, is to make your own snowflake decorations. All you need is time, paper and scissors.

Today's Random Act of Kindness...

Pujols Kitchen - Thursday, December 15, 2016



Pay someone's parking meter.
Be a Parking Meter Angel and help their expired meter.

How to Simplify the Holidays - Tip 3

Pujols Kitchen - Wednesday, December 14, 2016



Simplify the holidays? Is it even possible? The short answer is yes. Here is Tip #3 to help you relax this holiday season.


3.    Sometimes less shopping means more. Getting elbowed in the mad rush at the stores can drain the joy right out of the holiday season.Studies show that people who are focused more on gifts feel less holiday cheer than those who spend more time with close friends and family. And despite your best efforts to get a loved one the perfect gift, a survey done by Consumer Reports showed that each year up to 49 million people get gifts they don’t want. Some turn around and sell these gifts on eBay while others post “bad gift” photos on Facebook and other social media. Find out what your loved one truly enjoys. Even if directly asking them what they want and giving the gift isn’t a surprise, at least you’ll know your loved one likes it.

Today's Random Act of Kindness...

Pujols Kitchen - Tuesday, December 13, 2016



Take someone to the movies.
For many people going to the movies is luxury that rarely occurs. For some it is the cost that hinders their ability to go. For others it is the lack of time, energy, or transportation. Make sure all of your friend's needs are met, then plan a time to treat your friend, neighbor, or lonely relative to the movies.

Today's Random Act of Kindness...

Pujols Kitchen - Tuesday, December 13, 2016



Hold the door open for someone.
Holding the door open is a polite and thoughtful act you can easily do for your family, friends and even strangers, every day. Whether you’re at school, the grocery story, at work, or at home, those around you will certainly appreciate your good manners.

Today's Random Act of Kindness...

Pujols Kitchen - Monday, December 12, 2016



Write a thank you note! It’s the perfect opportunity to show your appreciation and gratitude for the festive gifts friends and family have given, and to tell them how much you value them.


 

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