12.1.2016 - Tell someone who has made a positive difference in your life what they did, and how you feel about it.
12.2.2016 - Write 5 notes with encouraging words and scatter them in random places for strangers to find.
12.3.2016 - Say thank you to someone today, and mean it.
12.4.2016 - See a small child being particularly well behaved today? Tell them, and their parents.
12.5.2016 - Buy someone a cup of coffee... like maybe the person ringing the bell in front of the red kettles.
12.6.2016 - Tape enough money to a soda machine to allow someone to buy one.
12.7.2016 - Recognize a positive quality in someone, and tell them about it.
12.8.2016 - Call your mother. (Your father, brother, sister, aunt, uncle, fried you haven’t seen in forever… you get the idea.)
12.9.2016 - Write an encouraging statement on post it notes, and put them on bathroom mirrors while you’re out shopping for the season.
12.10.2016 – Leave some homemade cookies in the mailbox for the postman…and maybe a couple of hand warmers.
12.11.16 - Give a treat to the school crossing guard…and maybe a few hand warmers too!
12.12.2016 – Give a co-worker a sincere compliment.
12.13.2016 – Thank a cashier, they get to deal with a lot of stress this time of the year.
12.14.2016 – Visit a nursing home, spend some time with a resident who has no family.
12.15.2016 - Volunteer at your local food bank, or go there to make a donation (see the good that they do).
12.16.2016 - Check with your local Habitat for Humanity, see if you can fulfill a need.
12.17.2016 – Look into the intimate partner violence shelter in your area, see if you can lend a hand.
12.18.2016 – Volunteer at your local animal shelter, or donate a few fleece blankets or pet food.
12.19.2016 – Take a tray of cookies to your neighbor, or maybe a couple of neighbors.
12.20.2016 – Rake leaves or shovel the sidewalk, or offer to run and errand for an elderly neighbor.
12.21.2016 – Bake cookies again, and go visit the local fire station with them.