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10 From GEM: 10 Ways To Practice Random Acts of Kindness

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10 From GEM:
10 Ways To Practice Random Acts of Kindness

Practicing random acts of kindness can improve your mental health by changing your attitude and way of life. Beginning these acts can be in small, achievable and reachable ways that suit you best. Once you begin to practice these thoughtful random acts, you’ll begin to feel better, your mood will lift, your steps will be lighter and you’ll be smiling throughout the better part of your day. Such positivity enhances your spiritual and physical health, fostering a richer, more rewarding daily life. Best of all, the random acts of kindness are contagious and the repeating of them gets easier and more frequent. Here are ten quick ways to begin your random acts of kindness.


3. Fill An Empty Parking Meter

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How many times have you walked down a parking meter lined street and noticed expired meters? Why not add a quarter in each meter to prevent a parking ticket. That nickel or dime might make a huge difference in someone's life where they might otherwise need that ticket money for food or other important staples. Now, by dropping even a nickel in the meter, you're helping someone out and you will feel good about that deed, even though it probably goes unnoticed. The mere fact that you know you did a good deed is important because it shows you have integrity.

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