IN OCTOBER, BUSY LIFE IS PROUD TO BE SUPPORTED BY KYM CROSBY AND PARASPORTS WORLD!
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 let someone pass me in the swimming pool as they were much faster than me.
I offer free grief counselling to teens and young adults who have lost a sibling.
A local nursery leaves free books in the park for children to take home and read.
I have been given unwanted jewellery or jewellery components by some lovely people on Twitter for my up-cycled projects.
Just a big shoutout to all our followers [on twitter] who are always there putting a wee smile or a big belly laugh just when it's needed.
Friends here on Twitter with such kindness when my chronic conditions take a tumble checking in on me and keeping my profile busy when I'm not able.
The old lady who gave me a hug and comforted me at the vets. I was very upset after having to put my much loved hen, Blossom, to sleep.
I gave someone some of my shampoo to use at the swimming pool.
I always take a couple of novels to read when I go abroad.When I finish one I write the date, where it started off and where it was read on the inside cover, then leave it on a cafe table in the hope that others will pick it up, read it and do the same.
I hired a baby carrier and took my niece for a walk so my sister could get some sleep.
I looked after my friend's daughter when she had to travel for work.
I attended a Trustees meeting at a charity I volunteer with.
I spend one-on-one time with a teenager with autism so that her family can have a short break.
I fixed someones computer for free. In return he moved someone else's grass.
I volunteered at junior parkrun.
I walked a friend's dog.
Busy Life supporters. This is who we are.