Dave W Shared my last can of Cider with my girlfriend, fetching her it from the kitchen so as not to disturb the 2 cats sleeping on her knee.
Do one good deed today, for someone you don't know and/or never met.
Exercising is all about feeling good, and after helping someone out drastically today, I felt that doing a good deed for someone else, however small or significant, can make a difference.
And after doing that good deed, be proud of yourself and treat yourself :)
Do a good deed today Challenge rules
- Just simply do something nice for someone you don't know and/or never met
- Not all types of physical activity are suitable for everyone. Users take Challenges and training advice at their own personal risk.
“I did a good deed today & put a smile on Carolyn's face from work. It was really hot & she was working very hard, she mentioned that she could use a drink. So I dug into my pocket grab .50 cents & bought her a bottle of water & brought it back to her. She was so thankful and appreciative that it made me feel good to do something nice. ”
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Zachary M A woman place a bid for something at a charity auction and didn't have the money to pay for it. So I paid for the item and gave it to her anyways.
Teresa D one of the young dancers on my holiday was chatting to me about his work x how his dream is to save enough money to move to London and dance in the big theatres (difficult on his current wages) , so i asked my family if instead of buying tat x knick -knacks from the airport if we could give him our leftover holiday money to put towards his London fund... felt a happy glow inside, until he cried! bless
Victoria C Had a school group come and visit the museum where I volunteer today and it was sooooo cold, I made the teachers teas and coffees to warm up (the kids were running around and never noticed the cold...lol). Not only did they all say they enjoyed the drink, they enjoyed the heat thawing their hands too lol :-)
Carol Ann B Sat 14th - popped into health shop in Nottingham, huge queue with elderly lady at front trying to count out enough money to pay for a multivitamin tonic, poor dear was just 5 pence short which I gave her of course & in return she gave me the loveliest smile :)
Claire Boo L An old man in the village always goes for a walk at tea time every night. Tonight as I drove through he had a few shopping bags and was struggling to manage them and keep himself stable with his stick. I turned back, jumped out of my car and offered him a lift home. I helped him in his house, unpacked his shopping and made him a cup of tea.
It felt really nice to help him, I walked away with a warm fuzzy feeling.
Kirstin M Helped a girl at the dump with her rubbish, her baby bump looked as big as the bag she was carrying!
Teresa H I was at the store and there was only one lane open. A couple of ladies got in line behind me and then started complaining. Another cashier opened up just then and they went for the lane even though I was the next in line. The guy in front of me had a huge cart full and the two ladies only had a couple items a piece so I followed them. They stopped halfway there and one started debating on whether to get one of her items or not and I walked past. They behaved as if I were about to grab the last donut...so I asked "did you ladies want to go first" ...and they walked right by without saying thank you or even looking me in the eye. All I heard was "Yes!" I may have found them to be rude and unappreciative, but I still always feel good when I do a good deed and this was no different.
Claire Boo L Does not punching someone who scratched and dented my car in the gym car park count ??. I hate it when people do that and then try to drive away pretending they hadn't done anything.
Corinne B encouraged this.
Tracy W I just made a microloan on Kiva.....only $25 to me, but makes a HUGE difference in the life of a 3rd world country woman.
Cindy L This challenge came simply because i helped someone. I was nearly home from a quick run after work when i find my landlady waiting for me at the door. She had waited for me to come home to ask me a favour. a very dear friend of hers suffers from rheumatoid arthritis, leaving her in constant pain in her neck, shoulders, back and also limiting her motor functions on her arms and hands. knowing i used to massage, my landlady asked me to help massage her friends shoulders, neck and arms, so she could simply have a good nights sleep. i spent an hour and a half massaging, until she could reasonably move her neck from side to side, and speaking to her, found she dedicates her life to her job as a cardiologist. so just as she spends her life helping others, i helped her have a good nights sleep.
i feel fantastic, full of purpose, simply because i helped someone. i hope whoever takes this challenge, that you also feel good too.
Why not ask for some advice from other Challenge takers, or read some of the Challenge guides first?OK, I'll keep working at it!