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Kind Hearted Challenge – February Edition



Happy first day of February, Lovelies!

As you might know, I have skipped a couple of months, but I do believe in the importance of making a positive difference in other people’s lives, so here is your brand new Kind Hearted Challenge!


What is the Kind Hearted Challenge about?

It is really simple… First of all, it is not a challenge per se, but more an invitation to take a moment and think about doing kind things around you. You don’t have to participate every month, and if you join in, you have all month to complete your mission.

I think that spreading the word out is the best way to get at least a couple of people to think “You know what? That’s really easy, I think I’ll give it a try!” There are so many free, easy acts of kindness that we can do in our everyday life… Things to make other people around us happier. Things that can be a day-shifter without us even knowing… This challenge is just a dare to you all, to make a positive difference, even with the littlest things!

So on the first day of the month, I’ll post your new mission. (should you accept it!) I promise they will be free (or very, very cheap!), easy to do and not too time consuming. You can do it just once, or several times…


Why a Kind Hearted Challenge?

Because we never know who needs a little extra kindness in their life. And if we can’t change the world as individuals, we can help make it a little better in our close surounding.

It doesn’t take much to make someone’s day better, and I’d like to create a circle of people who make the effort of spreading a little extra kindness around them. I’d really love to prove that it is possible to make a difference, as small as it might be!

And you know what? I believe in Karma, or something like that… What goes around, comes around, and I am convinced that we’ll all benefit from being kinder. It can only be rewarding in the end!


How can I play along?

Easy, you read the challenge below. You put a smile on someone’s face by doing it, and then, you’re done!

You can keep it to yourself, write a post about it and link it to this page, or you can leave a comment to tell us about your completed challenge!

And if you really really like the Kind Hearted Challenge, you can share this post on your own blog, to hopefully bring more and more people to perform free acts of kindness all around the world!

Oh, and if you have an idea, for a future challenge, please contact me via my contact page! I’d love to feature your challenge, if it meets the only two condition of being easy to achieve, and being cheap enough for anyone to join in!


Just a little note, to explain this month’s challenge…

This week, at work, I got a call from a lady who wanted to mention the excellent service she had from one of our technicians. I’ve always worked in fields where people only call to report some kind of problem. So even if the compliments weren’t for me, it really made my day that this woman took the time to call us to say how happy she was about the technician’s visit to her store. I forwarded the kind words to the technicians’ dispatch department, making sure the sweet attention made its way to the guy and his teamleader.

And now… The most important thing! (drum roll!!) Your February Kind Hearted Challenge is the following:


Sometime this month, take the time to think about someone who gave you a good service recently. Since most businesses and institutions have a ”Contact us” page online, write them a short note mentionning that person’s good work. It will take you only a couple of minutes, it’s absolutely free and you’ll be sure to put an unexpected smile on someone’s face!





I’d like to thank Candace, who inspired me this challenge in part, with the lovely cards she sent me, a while back. The image above is a detail of one of them, and makes me smile every time I look at it. If you don’t know Candace, you can visit her blog, Revenge of Eve.


19 thoughts on “Kind Hearted Challenge – February Edition

    1. The rules to this challenge are very easily bent πŸ˜‰ You can give your thanks in person, Saumya. I have no problem with that. I actually think it is great to take that extra step πŸ™‚ Let me know when you’ve completed your challenge! xx

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    1. That’s awesome, Stine πŸ™‚ Wow, that was quick!! I am sure you made Amber’s day… People tend to speak up only when they aren’t satisfied. I think it’s really cool to point out when someone does a good job! Thank you for joining the challenge xx

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  1. Love this. I’ve been out of the blogging world for the last few months, working on other projects … this is a wonderful post to come back to. Will certainly act on it! Thanks for the inspiration.

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    1. Thank you Shelly πŸ™‚ I am so glad to be part of your comeback to the Bloggosphere! Let me know if you take the challenge a go… Making someone else’s day brighter is always a great experience… Spread the kindness around, Karma will pay you back πŸ™‚ xx

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    1. Why doesn’t this surprise me? πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ You are a natural at being kind, Candice, and I appreciate that you’ll make an effort to be even kinder:) Thank you for joining in xx

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