One year at Christmas my husband and I dropped one of our cars off for service and headed out to shop. Earlier in the week I had contacted the local elementary school to see if there was a child in need. I was told about a little boy who didn’t even have socks to wear with his shoes in the winter. We shopped for our children and spent a little over $150 on the little boy. read more →

If you are looking for classroom incentives for positive behavior and effort I highly encourage you to create a Punch It! Board. It’s super easy to make and something the students in my class never tire of! 

This is an incentive system that can be adapted to any classroom and great for use at home use as well.

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Parents have to model good behavior to their kids, not just give it lip service. - quote

I offered a little old lady some of our leftover muffins when I noticed she had accidentally dropped hers on the floor at the restaurant. read more →

My Mum took us into the city for a night as a treat over the school holidays. read more →

When we flew home recently, the airline somehow mixed our seats up. My daughter and I were on opposite sides of the plane, 9 rows apart, on a full flight. read more →

If you have much, give your wealth. If you have little, give your heart. Quote

When I was a new young, single Mom, my son was always sick. They weren’t sure what was wrong with him but we were always at the doctors and getting medication.

My work was limited because I was spending so much time with him at the doctors.

Anyhow, one day I was at the pharmacy trying to fill his prescription and there had been an error. It was taking forever and many people were in line behind me. The frustration was escalating for everyone and the pharmacist said I could just pay for the prescription (that was supposed to be covered 100%) and get reimbursed later. The problem was I didn’t have any money. read more →

Friendship is the hardest thing in the world to explain. It’s not something you learn in school. But if you haven’t learned the meaning of friendship, you really haven’t learned anything. – Muhammad Ali

My dear friend Kim had a cold/sinus, something going on a few months ago. It turns out that even though all we had done was text, I had it in a day or two. read more →

Everyone can have a positive impact on someone else’s life and this teacher is showing kids just how important it can be.  Continue Reading

So, I was running late for work and needed to stop for fuel. I filled the car with $50 petrol and headed in to pay. read more →

Flowers in a field with the words Kindness makes the world a better place.

I had a very frustrating day yesterday. 4.5 hours on a live chat trying to fix my Outlook after updating it! Yep, I was feeling rather deflated by the time I had to pick my 17 y.o. up from school. read more →

I did a kind gesture the other day by donating my house trained baby rescue pig. read more →

Quote - One of the most important things we adults can do for young children is to model the kind of person we would like them to be.

I’ve used several of your Ripple Kindness suggestions here in my room in the middle school where I work. Recently we’ve had a student diagnosed with bone cancer. This student is a very popular student, very conscientious about their studies, and comes from a fantastic family. read more →