I’m excited that it’s almost time to begin the 4th annual 100 Acts of Kindness Project!
100 Acts of Kindness Project
Kristina from Toddler Approved organizes 100 Acts of Kindness weekly challenges each year from Martin Luther King Day to the Kindness Celebration on Valentine’s Day. This year, Megan from Coffee Cups and Crayons is joining Kristina in hosting the 100 Acts of Kindness Project.
My family has participated in the 100 Acts of Kindness Project since it started. My kids, kids-in-law, and I all work to place an extra emphasis on performing random acts of kindness throughout the project. My granddaughter is only 2½ months old, but I look forward to sharing 100 Acts of Kindness activities with her when she gets a bit older.
Operation Beautiful Meets 100 Acts of Kindness Project
If you’ve been following my blog, you know that I’ve participated in a number of different causes. You can read about them in my Making a Difference Category. One of my causes is promoting a positive body image. I have a series of posts on body image.
I had read about Operation Beautiful a couple of years ago and always wanted to participate. It’s a great idea with this mission:
The mission of Operation Beautiful is to post anonymous notes in public places for other people to find. The point is that WE ARE ALL BEAUTIFUL. You are enough… just the way you are!
I just never got around to participating, though. When I started to think about this year’s 100 Acts of Kindness Project, I got the idea to combine the two projects. So my daughter, Christina, and I will place Post-It notes with “you are beautiful” messages on public restroom mirrors for a number of our 100 Acts of Kindness.