Bring More Kindness into Your Life

November 13 is World Kindness Day, a day to celebrate the act of being kind!

But what does that mean for you? How can you bring more kindness into your life every day? We often think of kindness as something we do for others – like volunteering at a homeless shelter or donating clothes to charity. But we often overlook how we can be kind to ourselves.

This November, let’s look at how you can make the world a better place by being kinder to you.

Embrace Self-Compassion

Compassion is a quality that we often associate with kindness. After all, when we are compassionate toward others, we show them understanding and care. However, compassion is not just something that we should extend to others; it is also an important quality to cultivate within ourselves.

Self-compassion involves recognizing our own pain and suffering rather than trying to ignore or deny it. It also involves treating ourselves with kindness and compassion rather than self-criticism or judgment when we make mistakes. Self-compassion can help us to reduce stress and anger and be kinder to those around us.

Reduce Financial Stress

One of the most important things you can do for yourself is to reduce financial stress. Financial stress can be overwhelming and taking the time to continuously review your budget for cost saving opportunities is important.  There are many ways to do this, such as getting lower rates on monthly bills or setting up a savings account for a vacation.

You might spend some time shopping around for lower cell phone rates, a cheaper TV package, less expensive car insurance and more. Get in touch with the folks at Freeway Car Insurance to find a more affordable policy. Then you can pat yourself on the back, while putting your savings toward something fun that you enjoy.

By taking these measures, you’ll be kinder to yourself and your wallet. Less financial stress makes life more enjoyable.

Accept Compliments

We’ve all been there before. Someone pays us a compliment, and instead of saying “thank you,” we try to downplay it or brush it off.

It can be hard to accept compliments, especially if we’re not used to hearing them. But learn to accept compliments, and you’ll be surprised at how much they can brighten your day – and the days of those around you.

It might seem like a small thing, but complimenting others is a great way to show that you care about them. And when you start accepting compliments yourself, you’ll realize how much other people care about you, too.

So next time someone pays you a compliment, don’t be embarrassed – just say “thank you.” It’ll make their day – and yours.

Embrace Kindness Today

As we celebrate World Kindness Day, it’s important to remember that kindness is something we fire up within ourselves before sharing with others. When our cup is full, only then can we hope to offer any overflow to others in the form of acts of kindness.


Carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders gets heavy, so make sure you’re taking care of yourself first and foremost. From there, allow your light to shine by passing on some good vibes today!

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