I am Amee. I am a mom to three kids and a wife to a Naval Veteran. I have a love for my country, children, teaching, cupcakes, the gym (see love before), and for Paying it Forward. I have been organizing campaigns, events, and helping others all my life. During my career as a blogger I created the Mission Giveaway event, the $100 Story, and the Giving Backpacks to children in need initiative. I believe everyday we start with a fresh clean slate. If you had a bad day or weren’t kind you have the opportunity to change that. It isn’t what you did or didn’t do yesterday it is what you decide to do today. We all have the ability to forgive, forget, and move forward. I am dedicating my 30 days of Kindness to the one in the picture above. Her name is Anne or Mom D to the girls that she took care of. She gives amazing hugs. The kind of hug that leaves no doubt that you’re not only important, but you are someone who can make an impact. Read about Mom D I created the Being Kind Count Project because I believe that a doing a good deed turns into a lifestyle choice.
Hi! I’m Tabitha even though most of my readers call me “Penny.” It’s a long story.
Sherryl from SimplySherryl
I accepted the 30 Day Kindness Counts challenge in order to kick off the new school year with thoughts on others. It doesn’t take much to make someone else smile..but we are the ones truly receive the blessing. Looking forward to making someone smile every day in September!
Nicole from Some Call It Natural
I wanted to join in on the Being Kind Counts Challenge because in our busy lifestyle, sometimes we need a little motivation to try to remember to do nice things. We can be so busy we forget to do the basic things for one another. I believe kindness has a domino effect… when one person is kind to someone, that person will pass it on to someone else and so on. Doing a challenge like this is just the motivation necessary to get the momentum going!
I’m Holly Brown from The Brown Tribe and Twitter @hollythewoo. I joined the movement because it’s something I try to incorporate each day as I train my little ones and I wanted to collaborate with others who desire to see kindness impact people everywhere.
Amanda from Airman 2 Mom
I signed up to do it because kindness does count. You never know how the smile or wave can change someone’s day. I want to be part of something bigger than me and this is my small way of contributing.
Sybil from She Lives Free
As a blogger who regularly writes on advocacy, volunteering, and ways to make a difference in the world – I knew right away I wanted to participate in this amazing kindness challenge! I absolutely believe in being the change we wish to see! Feel free to connect with a likeminded community of passionate dreamers and doers here and here.
Cat from TOTS Family
The Being Kind Counts is a great challenge. I accepted it in order to spread some love and inspiration. I think we need to be good examples to our children on how they can help others. I am an adoptive, biological and foster mother and all my children have huge hearts and I hope to inspire them as well.
Nikki Rae from Nikki Rae Ink
Being Kind Counts is more than just a social movement. It’s an expression of our human connection and that is why I accepted the challenge. Sometimes it’s easier to connect on Facebook or via text, but the actual act of being kind requires human interaction. My first “Being Kind Counts” deed was rediscovering the lost art of human interaction. Who knows what may come of it? I know a simple smile has changed my day. Could it change yours?