I feel very lucky to have a customer like Sallie Duncan. She wrote an effusive review of my product and shared her joy at finding it. I go back to read it from time to time just for the sheer energy she gives me as a product creator…
"This. This is the most perfect, most beautiful notebook EVER. I absolutely love this journal! … I use this journal at work, and it brings me so much joy. If you love leather, get this. If you love classy things, get this. If you love a notebook/journal/diary that opens easily and lays flat: BUY THIS!!! You need this journal in your life. Seriously, I could hug this thing. The details on the cover are well done, and the entire journal is a pleasure to have and write in… I love it! I am so glad that I bought this. That’s right. I bought it. I didn’t get it for free, didn’t get it as a gift, I was online shopping and found this beauty on my own somehow and made the decision to buy it. I am so glad that I did!
Go on. You know you want it/need it. You will not regret this purchase!"
Sallie — wherever you are — thank you so much for being a customer and sharing your joy with the world!
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You already know this: being kind to others makes you happy. And, actually, it's a proven fact that kindness makes you feel happy and feeling happy makes you kinder.
Tracking kindness is a terrific way to keep kindness on our radar and incorporate more of it into our lives. Just as a gratitude makes us more attuned to the things that we’re grateful for, a kindness journal or tracker makes us more aware of those moments of grace. And, especially if we have a goal of recording one (or more) acts of kindness daily, we’ll be more apt to take action.
C'mon. Do it. Who would turn down happiness?