Friday Weekly Kindness Recap
Yeah, happy Friday! That was such a fast week. We hope you've had an enjoyable time spreading kindness and being kind to yourself. Keep us up-to-date on all your kindness; we'd love to hear about how your week went, use our #iChoose2BeKind when posting on social media, or you can post a comment on our blog.
Here is your recap of the week of September 02 - September 06:
Five Acts of Kindness. Did you get the whole family involved? How did it go? Did your cheeks hurt from all the smiling you did? Thank you for picking up trash, the earth is happy! How many people do you reach out to on social media? And your neighbor, did they love your meal?
Blog Post: Monday Kindness September 02, 2019
KindNews. Acts of kindness can be big and small. Sometimes the smallest actions make the most significant impact. Read these three news stories, and we promise your day will get a lot better.
Self-Kindness. Sometimes it is hard to take a little me time, and we can fall into the trap of feeling guilty when we do. But, the research is clear we all need some personal downtime. Making a habit of practicing self-kindness has the power to change the way you think and feel about others. So, if you get caught in the thoughts of "I can't" or "I shouldn't," tell yourself I am doing this for "them."
Blog Post: Making Self-Kindness a Habit
Kindness in Action. Post your pictures using #iChoose2BeKind or #KindnessInAction, and we will post them to our blog & social media channels!
Article on Kindness. What is self-kindness? Dr. Kristin Neff defines self-compassion as being kind and understanding to yourself when confronted with personal failings. How can we stop judging and criticizing ourselves for our inadequacies all the while modeling self-kindness for our students? Read our blog post to find out how simple it can be.
Blog Post: Modeling Self-Kindness in the Classroom
Report back and tell us how it felt to be kind to others. Comment on our blog or social media using the #ichoose2bekind
Until next time... be thoughtful, be present, be kind.
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