Random Swirls of Kindness

Check out Pinkberry’s list of 100 kind deeds you can do!

Introduce yourself to your neighbors    
Compliment a stranger        
Send paper thank you notes        
Pay for the Pinkberry® for the person behind you
Let the person who seems rushed cut in front of you
Be empathetic – Really try to put yourself in the other person’s shoes
Did your co-worker have a bad day today? Bring her a coffee tomorrow morning
Hold the door open for someone    
Give your boxes to someone who is moving
Let people merge-in during traffic    
Say “Thank you,” a lot         
Give freely – Go through your things and give freely to those in need
Make extra copies of photos and send them to the people who are in the images
Offer to help your friend unpack    
Donate food or clothes to the homeless    
Help someone whose car has broken down
Connect people to each other        
Walk the cart back to the front of the store
Reach out to a person who has made a difference in your life
Send a care package to a soldier    
Be patient            
Be kind to yourself – Make peace with your past mistakes
Let it go                
Be someone’s cheerleader        
Participate in a fundraiser or donation    
Do nice things and don’t tell anyone about it
Notice a kid being well-behaved? – Give their parent(s) a compliment about their behavior
Bring Pinkberry to work        
Give chocolate generously and often;)    
Tell your boss how much you like working for them
Be the eternal optimist of the group     
Recognize the good in others        
Look for the best in every situation    
Leave nice comments on blogs, Twitter, and Facebook
Stand up for the underdog        
Smile easily and laugh – Even at the so-so jokes
Share – Even if you don’t really want to    
Let someone else have your seat on the crowded bus, light-rail or subway
Rather than throwing away a lost item – work on finding the owner
Do the task no one else wants to do    
Keep a pen on hand – Lend it to people when needed
Don’t leave others waiting for you – Be on time
Fill up the gas tank and/or wash the car for your partner or bestie
Tip generously             
Say “Hi” to strangers        
Help lost people – See tourists wandering around lost? Help them out
Offer a ride to someone who is car-less    
Babysit, dogsit, or catsit for free    
Buy the stuff the neighbor kid is selling – Moderately, of course
Pick up the tab – Go up to the waiter and pay when no one is watching
Avoid gossip – No need to spread any negativity
Be understanding – Assume the best in others
Be inviting – Ask people to do something with you
Leave extra time in the parking meter    
Don’t write the complaint letter that you’re thinking about writing
Hang out with the person who just moved to town
Drop quarters on the sidewalk for people to find
Be understanding of traveling parents with grumpy or noisy kids
Compliment people on their homes    
Make amends for the wrongs you have done
Respect your partner and don’t make decisions without their input
Let someone else have their way without putting up a fight about it
Participate – The people who organize events always worry that no one will take part
Respond timely – people don’t like feeling ignored
Take a shorter shower to conserve water
Listen to someone’s life story – Yes, the whole thing
Be happy for others        
Be super enthusiastic when people have good news!
Give a glowing recommendation    
Tell the person who is looking for a job when you hear about an opening
Donate your locks of hair        
Bring a friend a souvenir        
Sign up to be an organ donor        
Bake someone treats        
Put your phone away (especially if you’re on it a lot)
Do a friend or family member’s laundry    
Make someone a playlist        
Mow someone’s lawn after mowing your own
Take someone to a movie        
Take your bestie on a spontaneous adventure
Throw a friend a surprise party    
Leave a positive sticky note on someone’s desk
Give up a good parking spot        
Hold the elevator or door open    
Let someone behind you at the supermarket check out first
Send dessert to another table        
Give up your window or aisle seat for someone who has a middle seat
Bring toys or stuffed animals to a children’s hospital
Help someone take a photo        
Carry a $5 Pinkberry gift card with you and give it someone randomly
Help a younger sibling with homework or college and scholarship applications
Adopt an animal from the shelter    
Help someone with their bags or luggage
Pick up litter and put it in a trash can    
Use a reusable water bottle or cup to help the environment
Don’t honk at cars (or people)        
Sit with someone who is eating alone    
Clean up after someone in the lunchroom or cafeteria
Offer someone a piece of gum    
Spread the goodness – Let others know you are on a mission to spread kindness and they will be inspired to do the same