Published: Feb. 10, 2021 Feb. 17 is Random Acts of Kindness Day! Even though many of us may be going through tough times, being kind to one another is important now more than ever. A simple act of kindness can have a ripple effect in people and go a long way. Check out ways your actions can brighten someone’s day and events you can take part in to celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Day.Ideas to spread kindnessYou don’t have to spend a lot of money or do extravagant things to show kindness to someone else. Remember—it’s the thought that counts.Take part in the celebration and do something nice for someone. Here are some things you can try:Send a card in the mail to someone you missLet someone at the grocery store go in front of youDonate clothes you don’t wear to a thrift storeSend a friend a secret delivery like their favorite meal or snack from a restaurantFind a way to make someone laughVolunteer to pick up trash around your neighborhood or the local parkCheck in with a friend or family member to see how they are doingLeave a thank you note for your mail carrierStart a group chat with your best friends and tell them what you appreciate about them the mostTry doing something nice—even smiling or waving hello to a stranger can brighten their day.EventsThere will be many events next week that allow you to show kindness to yourself and others. Go meet new Buffs or bring a friend to spread some joy! Here are some activities to look out for:Mindful Mondays: Gratitude. Come share and celebrate your friends!Make-n-Take: Spring Success Kits. Get some free CU Swag and other essentials for your home.Health Hut: Days of Gratitude. Share with your fellow Buffs what you are grateful for in your life.Wellness Wednesday: Days of Gratitude. Use your Wellness Day to relax with other BuffsGuided Paint Classes. Learn how to paint evergreen trees in this guided class!An Evening with Esther Perel. Come join psychotherapist and award-winning podcast host Esther Perel for a night of questions and learning. Valentine’s Day Self Love and Community Love Grab-and-Go. Come pick up a bag of goodies to celebrate Valentine’s Day or self love!If you’re looking for more ways to spread joy this week, check out our Student Events website and be sure to follow us on social media @CUBoulderLife on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter!
Related AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 16 JUL 2020 Money Tags America Movil takes $2M Colombia hit WhatsApp payments resurfaces in Brazil Manny joined Mobile World Live in September 2019 as a reporter based in London. He has previous experience in telecoms having worked for B2B publication Mobile News for three years where he climbed up to the position of Features Editor…. Read more Telecom Italia moved toward a formal bid for debt-ridden Brazilian operator Oi Group’s mobile assets, with its board approving a full examination of its local unit’s plan of action.In a statement, Telecom Italia said the board had granted CEO Luigi Gubitosi “full powers to examine and approve the final terms” of a binding offer for Oi prepared by its TIM Participacoes subsidiary over the past few months.Telecom Italia was linked to a move for Oi in September 2019, although the Italian company at the time denied these reports. The Brazilian operator filed for bankruptcy in 2016.In March, TIM Participacoes said it was mulling a joint bid for Oi with Telefonica, though Telecom Italia made no reference to this in its latest statement.America Movil has also been mooted as a potential acquirer: during a Q2 earnings call yesterday (15 July), executives said Oi would be a “good fit” for its operations in Brazil. Subscribe to our daily newsletter Back América Móvil deberá pagar 2 millones de dólares a Colombia Home Telecom Italia delves deeper into Oi move Author Previous ArticleOrange turns to open RAN in Central African RepublicNext ArticleEC probes consumer IoT sector Manny Pham America MovilBrazilOi BrazilTIM Brazil