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Each year on 5th October, people across the nation observe National Do Something Nice Day.
In a matter of seconds, we hold the power to change the course of a person’s day by being nice. The person’s day in question might even be our own. Some things that takes very little time at all and almost no effort include:
  • Noticing someone’s signal in traffic and allowing them into your lane.
  • Picking up the neighbour’s newspaper on your daily walk and placing it within easy reach.
  • Opening a door for another person.
  • Giving your place in line to the person with only three items.
  • Tipping your service staff an extra dollar or two more than you usually would.
  • Give a compliment.
  • Encourage a student with an idea for a solution.
  • Read to a child.
  • Listen to someone who is lonely.
Do something nice. The something can be anything from buying a cup of coffee for someone in line at the coffee shop to giving a compliment to the tired clerk. Maybe the day calls for sending flowers with a card that says “just because,” or asking the neighbours over for a barbecue in the backyard or mowing the lawn for someone.

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