Stay Strong and Carry On.

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Kindness is contagious. It spreads fast, and wherever it goes it leaves happiness.  It is not the specific kind act that needs to be emphasized but the actual act of being kind.  The purpose is to be kind for kindness sake.  When our deeds are done with the sole motivation of  being kind, it leads to a greater sense of inner fulfillment and it becomes easier to recognize and take opportunities to be kind, no matter what the outcome is.  Sometimes our kind act isn’t received the way we expect it to be but that doesn’t mean it isn’t  important. So instead of attaching a feeling of success to how big of an impact we make on the outside world, measure your success on how you feel when you are right in the middle of doing something kind.  What really counts is the impact we have on the world inside of us.  When your inner world is at peace and you feel true harmony, that is when world outside you flourishes the most.  It really is amazing because the goodness you feel inside spreads, and this is when you begin positively changing the environment and people around you. We only have control over our own actions and thoughts so that is where we will find the best inspiration and motivation to stay strong and carry on in choosing kindness every opportunity we get.

 

 

Random Act Of Kindness

We are so grateful to hear all the beautiful stories occurring in the name of kindness.  It is important to share kindness stories because then the kind act doesn’t end with the deed but instead, reaches further in the form of inspiration. Not only do stories provide inspiration from our peer’s, but it also encourages us to set an…

Helping Hands in Japan

There are so many wonderful examples of random acts of kindness in Japan, in the wake of the devastation that continues to overwhelm the country. The Daily Good website has listed a few, like these: “In the supermarket, where items of all the shelves fell, people were picking up things so neatly together, and then…

The Kindness Continues….

Spring soon will be sprung along with new kindness initiatives and ways to make our world a better place.  But that’s not to say you haven’t been busy over the winter months! Here are some stories we’ve accumulated that will hopefully help inspire you: Someone came into my workplace and asked if anyone owned the…

Acts of Kindness for our Earth

There are plenty of ways to make our Earth the recipient of our acts of kindness.  Here are some ideas to help us take care of our beautiful planet, go green and reduce our carbon footprint. Buy locally – not only is it good for the local economy, it will save energy because products haven’t traveled…

Paying it Forward, Creatively in Business

Thank you, Carrie for sharing this note! With love and gratitude, Natalie. xo As a Booster Juice employee who took the 22 day challenge, I find myself doing something small everyday to make a difference even long after the 22 days have past. I also find myself very aware of those who are doing the…

Christmas Amalgamated

Each year following Remembrance Day, Christmas Amalgamated sets up shop in Kamloops in preparation for the busy Christmas season. They need those weeks to prepare for nearly two thousand families who will request support over the holidays. Christmas Amalgamated provides approved, qualifying families, mostly consisting of single mothers, a food hamper made up of everything necessary to…

Toys for Kids Breakfast

The annual Toys for Kids Breakfast is coming up tomorrow (Weds. Dec 8th) 6-10am at the Coast Canadian Inn! Bring a new unwrapped toy or a minimum $10 cash donation for admission to the Toys for Kids breakfast. All toys support Christmas Amalgamated Kamloops, and all monies collected this year will go to Royal Inland…

“One small thing to brighten someone else’s day”

Thank you to these two kind and thoughtful sisters, Jaime Welch and Brianna Swayze who went out of their way to make the world a brighter place for a friend. With love and gratitude, Natalie. xo Hi Natalie, I just want to thank you again for your generous gift of Booster Juices.  It allowed me…

Thoughts encountered during the holiday season

Thank you to my friend, Yanni for submitting the following post.  I had never looked at the cold holiday season through this lense.  And now that I have, it can’t be undone and this simple thought will help me stay warm With love and gratitude, Natalie. xo “Thoughts encountered during the holiday season” So it’s not…

Why random acts of kindness for 22 days?
Research shows it takes 21 days of repeating an action to create a habit, so we figured we would go the extra mile and commit a random act of kindness for 22 days to make it a habit for life. You can join us anytime! Start here today.
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