Today is Random Acts of Kindness Day

Cancer

What can you do TODAY to make someone’s day a little brighter?

Why not think about making kindness the norm, rather than the exception?

Here are some ideas from the OncoLink team to #choosekind and #explorethegood today—or any day. And remember, it’s not about recognition— it’s just about doing something out of the kindness of our hearts.

  • Tell someone you are thinking of them.
  • Drop off a favorite meal.
  • Mail or drop off a gift card for the local grocery store.
  • Getting groceries delivered? Text your neighbors and see if you can add anything to your order for them.
  • Take their dog for a walk.
  • Text or call. There is something to be said for the old saying, “reach out and touch someone.”
  • Shovel the sidewalk.
  • Send a card.
  • In the drive-thru? Pay for the order of the car behind you.
  • Pick up trash while out for your walk.
  • Notice a nearly expired parking meter? Drop-in a quarter or two and add some extra time.
  • Send a special treat-you can get almost anything delivered these days!
  • Leave out bottles of water and snacks for delivery folks.
  • Thank a co-worker for their contributions to a project.

There really is no wrong way to participate in random acts of kindness day.

What random acts of kindness can you do today?


Christina is a clinical oncology social worker and the psychosocial content editor at OncoLink. Christina blogs about resources available to the cancer community, as well as general information about coping with cancer practically, emotionally, and spiritually. Christina is also an instructor at the Penn School of Social Policy and Practice. In her spare time, she loves to knit and volunteer with her therapy dogs, Linus and Huckleberry. She also loves to travel, cook and is an avid Philly sports fan.

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