25 Tiny Acts of Kindness

In a hard, hard world, it’s more important than ever to be kind to one another. One tiny act could make someone’s day… Someone that may not have smiled in hours, or at all. Little acts of kindness not only lift another person up but can also give you the feel-good factor, knowing you’ve helped someone and the motivation to do it more often. I know that when I’m feeling low or having a bad day, doing something for someone else always makes me feel better, even though my day hasn’t improved at all. I’ve wrote a little list of tiny acts of kindness that anyone can do that would hopefully brighten someone’s day or help make the world a better place, if just for a moment.

25 Tiny Acts of Kindness

  1. Give some of your old stuff to charity
  2. Leave some blog comments on other blogger’s posts
  3. Take a spider into the garden, instead of killing it
  4. Leave a short review on Amazon for a book you loved
  5. Compliment someone
  6. Donate old books to The Royal British Legion (or somewhere similar)
  7. Tip your waitress / grocery delivery man
  8. Smile at a stranger
  9. Support small business, on and offline
  10. Tidy up around the house without being asked
  11. Donate to a cause you believe in
  12. Take time out of your day to play with your pet
  13. Always say hello to your neighbours
  14. Offer to cook a meal
  15. Give some shout outs to your favourite bloggers, just because
  16. Be appreciative to shop workers
  17. Volunteer
  18. Host a giveaway to thank your followers
  19. Send a surprise gift to a friend
  20. Buy a bird feeder for your garden
  21. Give up your seat on the train/bus to someone that needs it
  22. Visit your grandparents / relatives
  23. Always say please and thank you
  24. Don’t hold grudges
  25. Believe in yourself: Because that’s the kindest thing you can do

Check out these other blogger’s posts about kindness:

‘Have Courage and Be Kind’ by Lottie Does
‘Charity is not all about giving money. It can be a simple smile’ by Rose, Bringing Out Your Inner Beauty
The kindness of the blogging community by Charlene McElhinney
A Kinder Way
‘A List of Lovely Things’ by Tony Burgess Blog
‘Proud lists and why YOU should be writing one’ by Sophie’s Anecdotes

What acts of kindness have you shown this week? Do you do any of the above or have any suggestions of your own? Let me know in the comments!

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39 thoughts on “25 Tiny Acts of Kindness

  1. I gave some money to an organisation today to help feed & fix stray cats in Himeji Japan. I met some of them too. Omg they were so sweet. It all made me happy. Especially seeing people working to help keep these cats healthy & happy.

  2. Lovely post! I love the little things and it’s a definite reminder that a little bit of kindness can make someone’s day 🙂 Tina X

  3. Actually I’ve been on the receiving end. Been in a foul mood on and off this week over remarks made by groups indulging in ignorant (is there are other sort?) racial/social/cultural/religious discrimination. To avoid sinking to their level (in fact worse when I put my back into it) I’ve made sure I spent a couple of hours a day on WordPress and indulged in the fresh air of supportiveness and kindness of others. WordPress might have its fault but you do meet such nice folk hereabouts.

  4. I love decluttering and getting rid of stuff I don’t need. I just went through my closet again to take out the clothes I haven’t worn in a while, so they’re about to be donated, plus I donated some books to a free little library in the neighborhood. Plus 2, 5, 8, 9, 10, 13, 18, 22, and 25.
    This is actually making me feel good about myself. Yay for small gestures to make the world a better place!
    Love this post! ❤

  5. I loved this post and your 25 suggestions! I’ve also written a post all about acts of kindness, I’d love it if you could have a read and let me know what you think😽
    Milly xx
    milly–writes.blogspot.co.uk

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  7. Lovely ideas! The other day I was in a fruit and veg shop and Realised I’d brought the wrong bank card. I was heading to the doctor with my sons and I said that unfortunately I’d have to leave it. They walked out to the car with the fruit and veg and told me not to hurry back with the money. I ended up only getting back a few hours later and they were so nice! It’s like something that you’d assume would have happened years ago! And as for visiting someone old, I’d add surprise them with a little thoughtful gift too, I think everyone likes to think somebody has thought of them when they’ve been away. Great post, Jenny:):):)

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