Jun 29, 2016

Change The World One Deed ( and Bead ) At A Time!

Growing up, my parents always taught me about doing good deeds for others. Not everyone has what you have but you can make their day by doing the smallest of things. You can smile at someone whose having a bad day, donate to a welcoming cause ( my favorites are Make A Wish, Children's Miracle Network and March of Dimes ) make a card for someone who just had a baby or purchase a drink for the lady whose running late behind you in the Starbucks line. Whatever your preference, sharing a good deed doesn't have to be a chore, but should be a lifestyle. Your good deeds are what you can leave behind for strangers and can be your best kept secret to improving other's lives.

My best friend Kimberly is one of those rare gems you find in life. She gives consistently to others by helping friends out with baking birthday cakes, encouraging girl's nights and always being a constant in my life. Her friendship is powerful, her wisdom vital and her love for her husband and sweet puppy are infectious. She's that girlfriend who will listen to you for hours when you just need to vent over a cup of hot coffee at Barnes and Noble, create a fun event for the two of you to share or laugh hysterically at some joke you made up on the spot.
Because Kimberly give so much of her time to her family and friends, I wanted to do something for her. I gifted her, her own bracelet to also use for good deeds. Every act of a good deed is recorded within your bracelet. When you perform your good deed such as gifting toys or clothes to the homeless, sending flowers to a neighbor or volunteering at a soup kitchen, you move the ring one bead closer towards the "1GD" button until your 100 Good Deeds are complete. It's a daily reminder to continue to pay it forward as often as we can.
Want to grab your own bracelet? Check out Macy's today for their 100 Good Deeds bracelet. Anytime you purchase one, you are helping these woman around the world who are working hard to create these beautiful bracelets. Some of these woman even have HIV and your purchase is helping them to receive the treatment they need with this disease. These bracelets cost $30 but with the money you're helping to change someone's life, the lives of others by doing your good deeds. You can also enter to win a bracelet here! Good luck ( winner will be announced July 6th! )

100 Good Deads Bead Bracelet Giveaway!

This post is brought to you by Everywhere Agency; however all thoughts and opinions expressed are my own. 

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1 comment:

  1. Friday is National Postal Worker Day so we plan to leave a little happy in our mailbox for him!


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