Challenge Day 30: Spread the Kindness

For 30 days, we have gone through an amazing journey of kindness. I have loved knowing that so many people have taken the time to complete the challenges, showing kindness to others. Over the 30 days, people on six continents and in 32 countries checked out my ideas to make our world in quarantine aContinue reading “Challenge Day 30: Spread the Kindness”

Challenge Day 27: Make “quarantine” cards

If you usually send cards out at a certain time of the year (to mark holidays or events), you can create “quarantine” cards. If you already have a list of people that you send your cards out to, this can be easy AND it gives people something friendly in their mailbox. One option is toContinue reading “Challenge Day 27: Make “quarantine” cards”

Challenge Day 18: Catch-up Day!

Today, we are going to catch-up on the challenges that we have done so far. Maybe you didn’t write someone a letter, or you didn’t have time to help someone with a project. Today is the day where you can go through the posts to see what you missed. If you are someone who hasContinue reading “Challenge Day 18: Catch-up Day!”

Challenge Day 6: Make a funny video to share with family

During this tough time, a funny video can brighten someone’s day. Yesterday when I was feeling down, my mom showed me a Virtual Dance Party video from the Nooyen/Lester family and I immediately felt better. It is my inspiration for this post! While laughter is always good medicine (according to the Mayo Clinic), during thisContinue reading “Challenge Day 6: Make a funny video to share with family”

Challenge Day 5: Organize a family video call

There are so many ways to get in touch with people these days! You can organize a video call on Facetime, Zoom, Skype, WhatsApp, Google Duo, or any other video chatting program. Since you may not have seen your extended families in a while, there is likely to be a lot of chatting. Some peopleContinue reading “Challenge Day 5: Organize a family video call”