Life comes and goes in a flash. Are you paying attention and soaking in the small pleasures of life? Or are you overwhelmed and feeling like you’re not getting the things done that matter or that you’re wasting your days? Here are 5 tips that can help you get the most out of life.
Airam Gomez, our MKRO August Grant Winner, shared how her day of spreading kindness for her 18th birthday went. I was so inspired by her letter, I could feel the joy she was spreading and it had me smiling and feeling good all day. I wanted to share her letter so you can feel the ripple, smile, and pass on that happiness to the people around you too.
Savor the little things can also be thought of as the power of being present. Learn to appreciate and enjoy the everyday moments that make up the fabric of our lives. Significant events happen occasionally but the small ones happen from moment to moment. When you neglect the little things, you miss out on enjoying a large part of life.
I’m sharing a few of the wonderful nominations we receive at MKRO. I get to read about inspirational people of all ages doing acts of kindness, large and small every day. It’s heartwarming and reminds me that most people in our world are really good people. Today I’m sharing with you a few nominations we’ve gotten of people who inspire us with their kind hearts. I wish we could give all of them Matt’s Kindness Awards, they so deserve it.
May their kindness ripple forward and inspire all of you.
“Your diet is not only what you eat. It’s what you watch, what you listen to, what you read, and the people you hang around. Pay attention to what you feed your soul, not just your stomach.” – Miguel Ruiz Jr.
Sending a huge, heartfelt, THANK YOU, to every one of you for all your support for Matt’s Kindness Ripples On. This is our three-year anniversary of MKRO and we’re proud to say we have given out 21 Kindness Awards and Grants, and over $5,000 in Award and Grant money.
As I started reading the book, Untamed by Glennon Doyle, I thought all women should read this book. Then I thought, all parents should read this book. Now, I think everyone should read this book. Doyle makes remarkable observations about life, written in an easy, witty style. It’s her memoir so, you’re reading about her personal life experiences, but from them, she offers up advice on how everyone can live their personal best life. Continue reading Words of Wisdom: Read, Laugh, Learn→