HipLatina Thank you kindness
Lifestyle

Sunday’s Gratitude Ideas – Kindness Inspires Kindness

Favorites & Ideas from HipLatina’s Pinterest Board

Once a week see if you can set aside 30 minutes to reflect. No phone. No television. No distraction. This week we are sharing ideas for kindness and gratitude. You can start by expressing kindness to yourself.

Kindness

Direct links can be found at Gratitude & Reflection

Great Idea – Random Acts of Kindness Board

random acts of kindness

“Be The Spark”…The ripple effect starts with one. One person…to hold open a door. One person to leave a note on someone’s car complimenting their awesome parking skills. One person to write a thank you letter to a teacher. One person to be a spark of kindness when another really needs it. Here are a plethora of ways to be that person.”

Direct links can be found at Gratitude & Reflection

“Kindness Inspires Kindness”, Botlhale Tsehetlo

Direct links can be found at Gratitude & Reflection

Kindness is Hip – Rock-It Letters from our archives.

HipLatina Thank you kindness

Women: Essential to life, key to society yet, in many ways still treated unequally. In 2016. If we were on equal footing we wouldn’t need our own month to remind us of the history of our inequality.

If we want to be treated fairly, we need to take command, to act with empowerment and to show each other real support. This solidarity needs to be something more meaningful and personal than the occasional Instagram post in calligraphy about positivity and empowerment using hashtags like #girlboss (which is a great book, but still). Let’s take it old school… and make a real connection to the women we admire.

Let’s send out thank you cards. You may think sending out a thank you note is not a new idea, but it is in the way we are going to do it. Receiving a thank you note in the mail these days is rare (even if you are a hiring manager), so this past Valentine’s Day I thought I’d try something different. I wrote a thank you/Valentine’s Day card to several women from various parts of my life. They were sent to an array of personalities such as family members who are tough but kind, former bosses who are busy but gracious, and friends so talented, yet underrated. The women that received a card all called, emailed, or thanked me in person because it meant something to them. read more

[wpml-string context="hiplatina" name="language"]Language[/wpml-string]

[wpml_language_switcher native="1" translated="0"][/wpml_language_switcher]

[wpml-string context="hiplatina" name="search"]Search[/wpml-string]

[wpml-string context="hiplatina" name="social"]Social[/wpml-string]

Get our best articles delivered to your inbox.

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.