Random Acts of Kindness Week 14th – 20th February2022: #MakeKindnesstheNorm

We first became aware of this week last year, and we didn’t hesitate to publish a topic on it.

Worldwide we’ve been living through challenging surreal life-changing experiences. The world and the way we once knew it hasn’t been the same since the current pandemic. This is why we feel an awareness of this kind is even more important.

Please see Random Acts of Kindness Week 2022 which covers:

  1. Introduction
  2. Illustrative examples: Random Acts of Kindness Week 2022
  3. Random Acts of Kindness Week 2022
  4. Random Acts of Kindness Day February 17th
  5. Our Final thoughts/YouTube Video

© Copyright 2019 Grief Probate Journey Blog *PLEASE NOTE THIS INFORMATION IS SOURCED FROM UK and AMERICAN WEBSITES* It is also based on our own experience. *We are not experts in this field, we are speaking purely on our own experience with information sought from the internet to give further examples. *

1. Introduction

We first became aware of this week last year, and we didn’t hesitate to publish a topic on it.

Worldwide we’ve been living through challenging surreal life-changing experiences. The world and the way we once knew it hasn’t been the same since the current pandemic. This is why we feel an awareness of this kind is even more important.

Last year we did a topic called: November Awareness Month 2021.

One of the Awareness Days covered is World Kindness Day.  The reason why this has been mentioned is that the theme for the day truly resonated with us, and touched us. Please see below:

There is so much truth in this statement. A kind word or gesture can truly make the biggest difference to a day, a decision, the mood you are in.

An example I can give of this. My mum’s hospital appointments. On days that we might have been struggling:

  • Not sure what department or how to get there
  • Me transporting my mum in a hospital chair

In those moments when I’m so engrossed in getting on with my tasks at hand. Out of nowhere people would appear and help us.

There aren’t many words to explain how much we appreciated and how grateful my mum and I are for all of the people that helped us. The difference they made was phenomenal.

As it was such a hard year last year with our Mum being ill for the majority of it, these acts of kindness touched me so much more. It made me feel happy from the inside out.

It was so nice to know some people will willingly help you if they see you are in need, despite the times we have been living in for the past few years.

The themes for this year are: Make Kindness the Norm, No Act of Kindness is too small, Random acts matter. These are all very important values, and with the time of life we have been living through worldwide for over two years, they really could make the greatest difference to our mental state of mind, health and wellbeing.

Please see Random Acts of Kindness Week 2022:

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2. Illustrative examples: Random Acts of Kindness Week 2022

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3. Random Acts of Kindness Week 2022

3.1 Random Acts of Kindness Week 2022 – Event Info and … Twinkl

“Random Acts of Kindness Week takes place for one week each year, always taking place in mid-February. It’s a week dedicated to kindness and taking that extra, conscious step to brighten somebody’s day”.

3.2 Random Acts of Kindness Week 2022 | CBJTarget

“Eva Korcyznski, 24, a resident of Nottingham, shared how a random act of kindness made her day: “I went into Doughnotts to treat myself after a”…

3.3 National Random Acts of Kindness Week

“During the week of February 17th, National Random Acts of Kindness Week encourages us to put kindness first and share it everywhere we go”.

3.4 How do you get a small act of kindness?

If you need some small acts of kindness ideas to get started, check out the below:

  1. “Give a coworker a compliment”.
  2. “Give a stranger a compliment”.
  3. “Pick up some litter”.
  4. “Do a charity run”.
  5. “Serve at a soup kitchen”.
  6. “Thank a teacher or mentor with a surprise gift”.
  7. “Send a letter to a good friend instead of a text”.

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4. Random Acts of Kindness Day February 17th #MakeKindnesstheNorm

4.1 Random Acts of Kindness Day 2022 – Event Info and Resources

“National Random Acts of Kindness Day takes place on February 17th each year. It forms the key highlight of a full week of kindness during February that was”…

4.2 2022 Random Acts of Kindness

“February 14th-20th, 2022 … Join us during this special week dedicated to Keep Kindness Growing STC! It’s easy to get started, simply look for opportunities to”…

4.3 Random Acts of Kindness 2022 Calendar – Wellbeing Info

Random Acts of Kindness have put together a calendar for 2022, which gives you something to do everyday of the year to be kind to yourself, others, …

4.4 Random Acts of Kindness | Welcome

“All are invited to join our first annual coloring contest! Beginning on February 1st, 2022 and ending on Random Acts of Kindness Day 2022, we will collect”…

4.5 What date is random acts of kindness?

“February 17”

“For those of you that wish you could change the world, National Random Act of Kindness Day, on February 17, is just for you”.

4.6 What are 4 random acts of kindness you can do by the end of today?

Celebrate National Random Acts of Kindness Day:

  • Compliment at least 5 people”. …
  • “Let the person in line behind you go ahead of you”.
  • “Leave happy notes around town”.
  • “Babysit for a single mom for free”.
  • “Sit next to someone who is sitting alone at lunch”.
  • “Help an elderly neighbor take out the trash or mow their lawn”.

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5. Our Final thoughts/YouTube Video

We have been living through some very extreme challenging times. Mentally and Physically it has been a lot to endure. We hope this topic might be of use to those who read it.

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