Sometimes, a small act of kindness can brighten up someone else’s day. Whether that’s letting someone go first in a queue, or paying it forward with a coffee, and making others feel good makes you feel good too. That’s why HallsLife want you to get involved with our Random Acts of Kindness Day.
Let’s cheer up the halls receptions with some bunting, where you can get creative, draw some pictures and write some messages. Last year we had messages like ‘Beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself’, ‘Rule #1: be good to others and they will be good to you’, and we even had a fantastic (tried & tested by HallsLife) banana bread recipe. What will you add to the day?
Or if you fancy it, why don’t you take one of our random acts of kindness too? These random acts are all about helping other people, like letting them go first in the queue in the shop, but there’s also some self-love ones in there – it’s just as important to be as kind to you as it is to be kind to others!
Facts according to RAK.Org:
1) Engaging in acts of kindness produces endorphins, the brain’s natural painkiller! https://gph.is/1HJ2XxI
2) Observing the positive impact of kindness can elicit contagious feelings of joy. If you can’t think of anything to add to the wall, come along and surround yourself with RAK Day positivity; it’s good for everyone! https://gph.is/2eYVMbg
3) Perpetually kind people have 23% less cortisol (the stress hormone) and age two times slower than the average population! To top this off, it takes more muscles to frown, than it does to smile! http://gph.is/1kURzBM
For more facts about kindness, go to: https://www.randomactsofkindness.org/