When You Make Someone A Handmade Greeting Card For Encouragement...You Can Include Some Of These Little Tidbits Of Good Advice!
Compassion is based on knowing that all human beings have the same innate desire to be happy.
Be present for your partner.
Teach someone how to use a computer.
Accept the fact that life changes constantly.
Cook more meals from scratch.
Use the microwave a lot less, or not at all.
Eat more vegetables.
Buy Girl Scout cookies.
When a stranger asks you for any loose change, give them a dollar.
Look inward for some part of each day.
Enjoy the smell of foliage and grass along a walk or a nice bike path.
Make a photo collage and give it to an elderly relative.
Breathe more deeply and do deep breathing exercises.
Watch a lot less television.
Earn the trust of those around you.
Put first aid kits in all of the cars of the household. These are also a nice gift to others.
Try to always be sincere.
Get rid of all but one or two credit cards. Reduce your debts or eliminate them completely.
Stop comparing your body to other people’s bodies. Be thankful for what you have.
Strive to live a simple lifestyle.
Uncomplicate your life as much as possible.
Avoid people who are terribly negative, angry, toxic, or harmful to others.
Avoid going anywhere where trouble might erupt. It simply isn’t worth it.
Listen to some Happy 60's & 70's music.
Watch Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” and also “Mary Poppins.”
Learn a few lessons from these two outstanding movies.
Consume fewer goods! You don’t need more than a pea-sized amount of toothpaste to brush your teeth, and maybe you can cut down on your use of paper towels.
Pick out one great thing you did each day, and Congratulate yourself.
Congratulate others whenever they do a decent job of anything.
Tell a cashier or bank teller or waitress…how much you enjoy seeing them when you come in.