Sprinkle Kindness Like Confetti!

November is here, and with it comes the hustle and bustle of the Holiday season. Everyone is making their lists and looking for the perfect gifts. Parents are going into debt to make sure that each holiday season is better than the last. Months of preparation for one day. A day that is over in the blink of an eye. We get caught up with the December holidays; we forget to enjoy November.

In November, I always try to take time to recognize all the things I have to be grateful for. In the past, I usually did a “30 Days of Gratitude” challenge. I would post each day about something in my life that I was grateful for. What sounded like a simple task was more difficult than I expected. When making my list, I found I needed to dig deep within myself to find 30 things I was grateful for. So many things were obvious, such as family and friends. However, it made me realize how much I took for granted. The freedom to read any type of book I choose or the ability to choose which religion is best for me. I am grateful for so many things that I hadn’t even thought of. I highly encourage everyone to make a list of thirty things you are grateful for. It might just change your perspective.

This November, I have decided to show my gratitude a little differently. Instead of a daily post expressing the different things I am grateful for, I am going to do something small every day to spread kindness. I have been blessed with so much (even though it may not always feel like it); I want others to feel some of the kindness I feel daily.

I made a calendar with daily acts of kindness. I would love for everyone to download it and spread kindness with me. These tiny acts of kindness could make a big difference in someone’s day. You can download the free KINDNESS CALENDAR HERE.

Let’s sprinkle kindness like confetti!


  1. This is such a great gentle reminder! Thank you!

  2. This is so important to remember this month, thanks for putting that reminder out there!

  3. What a great idea! Are you managing to stick to all the acts? Well done!


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