These are the words of the wonderful Heather Small and I think they reflect the ethos of Busy Life. As I say on my home page, for me, what society needs are more little acts of kindness that can collectively result in the power to do good. So, I would like to record here the "little acts of kindness" that Busy Life supporters are doing that are doing good. For instance, have you volunteered at an event, been on a litter pick, walked someone's dog, or put the spare change from your shopping in a charity box? If so, I want to hear from you!! To add to this page, please either email me at Joanna@Busy-Life.co.uk or message me via our Facebook page. Please, note, all posts are anonymised and moderated to ensure they reflect our company ethos! I look forward to hearing from you! I hope you have done something today to make you feel proud.
I put my spare change in a charity box.
I helped someone over the road who was visually impaired.
I helped out on a litter pick.
I helped an elderly couple negotiate stairs in a bar.
I fed my friend's cat whilst they were away on holiday.
I looked after my friend's dog so she could go for a run.
I rang a friend who I knew needed cheering up.
A student held a door open for me at school.
A friend encouraged me to apply for a job.
I supported someone who was new to running around a parkrun.
I pushed my friend's baby in their pram around the park so their mum could run.
Busy Life supporters. This is who we are.