Want to celebrate Valentine’s Day in a new and different way?
To join you have to pledge to pay-it-forward by doing something nice for someone before Valentine’s.
Your act can be simple or grand – it is up to you. It can be for family and friends or a random act of kindness for a stranger. The act can also be an apology to someone who you know you owe one to or the ask for a “do-over” in the coming days, when you say something you wish you hadn’t and ask for a do-over to make it better.
You can even send Valentine’s cards and/or notes to those who matter, and who you have never sent a Valentine’s before. (One year, when I was out of the country with Peace Corps, I sent Valentine’s emails to all the women who had made a difference in my life. It was great and so much fun to write and then read their response.)
Your act must be something different, heartfelt and if it is a bit out of your comfort zone, all the better. And, the most important part is you do it without expecting anything in return! To read about one of my favorite Valentine’s pay-it-forwards click here.
To join, just note in “Comments” that you are in.
After you have done your act(s); post your act in the comments of this post. You can give as many or as few details as you wish, but include how it made you feel!
Make sure your act is heartfelt and comes for a warm and happy place. (You can tell if you are smiling inside or out, or feeling cozy all over after you do it!)
Heartfelt participation is guaranteed to make you and someone else feel happier. Sharing your act with all of us, allows us to share a bit of the sweetness, too. (If you do it with an open heart, research supports guaranteed results, but you have to make it happen.)
I truly believe we should all be feeling the love on Valentine’s Day.