Give me 5 days, 10 minutes per day, and we're going to hit 1 goal out of the park.

I actually think that the most efficacious way of making a difference is to lead by example, and doing random acts of kindness is setting a very good example of how to behave in the world.
—Misha Collins

Everything about this quote is perfect, except for the "random" part. I believe that, together, we can actively and purposefully BE the change by making spreading kindness the habit, the norm, the way.

So I am looking for parents and educators who are also kindness warriors.

Is that you?

If so, then join me for a 5-day online kindness challenge.

Everyday for 5 days, you will get an email from me with one purposeful act of kindness challenge.

Each challenge will take 10 minutes or less to complete.

Also everyday, you'll be invited to a Facebook Live online kindness meeting of the minds with me inside our Facebook group, The Savvy Parents Club, with that day's challenge prompt in the spotlight.

At the end of the week, you will have a kindness-minded community, an online kindness habit in place, and the tools to pass that kindness on. 

Are you ready?

Click the button below to join the challenge and get my FREE kindness to kids cheatsheet. This list has been featured by The Huffington Post; BonBon Break; Sweatpants & Coffee; Brain, Child Magazine, and more.

Click this image to join the challenge + get that list:

You can join + start any time.

Once you start, each day's prompt will be unlocked.

What you can do right now:

Click any image to —> Join —> Get your checklist —> And get ready to actively + purposefully DO KINDNESS.

The best way to make a difference is to BE the change and then TEACH your kids how to be the change, too. That’s what we’re doing here.


Are you ready?

Come BE the change today + LEAD the change tomorrow all within The 5-Day Online Kindness Challenge.

5 Days
10 Minutes per day
1 Goal

Click the image below to claim your cheatsheet, your space, and your KINDNESS.

P.S. I am looking for parents and educators who are ALSO kindness warriors. Know anyone who fits the bill? Invite them to join us, because the more kindness warriors and spreaders we have out there, the better, right?