Third Annual Spread Goodness Day

About 5 months ago, I wrote about an amazing woman named Anna Dravland and her desire to change the world despite some serious medical setbacks she encountered along the way. Out of that desire, Spread Goodness Day was born. The third annual Spread Goodness Day just happens to be today, March 13, 2020.

On this day (and every other day, really), you are encouraged to do one act of goodness. It can be big or small, public or private. Just put some positivity into the world in what ever way feels natural to you.

Hold open a door. Pay for someone’s coffee. Let a car in ahead of yours during rush hour. Volunteer. Check in on an elderly neighbor. Remind someone that they’re awesome.

What do I plan to do on this day? Well, for starters, I wrote this blog to spread the word. As of this writing (I write most posts about 10 days in advance) I have no specific plans. I firmly believe, though, that an opportunity will present itself. I think that most genuine acts of kindness happen organically. Whatever it is, I’m looking forward to doing it.

If you feel like spreading the love even further, once you’ve done your kindness, head on over to spreadgoodnessday.com and tell everyone what you did. You can remain anonymous if you wish. But you might inspire someone else, and therefore double your impact!

However you choose to spend Spread Goodness Day, I’m sending you love, dear reader!

virtual hug

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One thought on “Third Annual Spread Goodness Day

  1. Lyn

    Yes, spread goodness, not virus, by taking this emergency seriously and following guidelines carefully. My act of kindness is isolating my high risk butt so I don’t become a physical, financial or emotional burden on anyone. Started this as soon as it reached my county. Wasn’t waiting for this administration to do the right thing. You’re welcome everyone. 🙂 An act of kindness would be to shop for the disabled and elderly who need to isolate, but not if you’ve been sick recently. After your recent bout of infection you’re very vulnerable Barb, so take care of yourself first.

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