Random Acts of Kindness Ideas

If you got here by searching for random acts of kindness ideas on Google then let me say my heart just swelled up a bit. I fully believe that we can greatly enrich both the lives of others and ourselves by practicing random acts of kindness. You never know when that seemingly small comment you make or action you take will have a far-reaching impact on the other person. It makes me giddy just thinking about it.

What I especially like about random acts of kindness is that they don’t have to be anything big. I make it a point each day to say nice thoughts when I think them. So if I see a cute dress, outfit or shoes for example, I say something. I want to get those positive thoughts out into the world, not just locked up inside my head. I say please and thank you, I ask cashiers how their day is going, I try to tell people how I feel about them at any point I have a positive thought about that person. I want people to feel good and I try to be mindful that my actions have the ability to sway a person in both positive and negative directions.

One of my favorite quotes from Maya Angelou sums it up nicely…

“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”

Here are several sites I recommend where you can find specific random acts of kindness ideas:

50 Kindness Ideas for Random Acts of Kindness Day

You can of course perform random acts of kindness any day of the year, but it’s officially celebrated on February 17th each year.

103 Random Acts of Kindness

Looking for even more ideas? Click the link above for 103 random acts of kindness ideas.

101 Best Random Acts of Kindness Ideas

Click the above link to find a super cute poster with 101 random acts of kindness ideas that you can print (on legal size paper) or save to your phone so you always have ideas with you.


I hope that this quick post has inspired you to do something kind for someone today! Let me know below what random act of kindness you performed today or maybe you were the beneficiary of someone else’s kindness – I love to hear about that as well!





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