If you can lie down at night knowing in your heart that you made someone’s day just a little bit better, you know you had a good day.
10 Ways To Make Someone’s Day Just A Little Bit Better
1. Give someone a compliment
It is not hard to compliment someone. You can say something like:
“You are looking great today”
“I really like that outfit, it suits you”
“I like how you did your hair”
2. Buy someone’s coffee
When you are on a coffee run, or whenever you go to a coffee shop. If there is someone in front of you, buy their coffee. Coffee lovers will definitely appreciate it.
3. Help with their groceries
It does not take much to care. If you see someone struggling loading or unloading groceries from their car, give them a helping hand!
4. Giving someone a rose
Giving someone a rose, or any type of flower will definitely make their day. Let them know that they matter in this world.
5. Hold the door open for someone
This is one of the easiest things to do to make someone smile. Hold open the door for someone!
6. Tell a loved one they’re loved
In my opinion, the feeling of being loved is one of the greatest feelings. Tell someone that you love them. I’d start with family members, but if you want to tell strangers, that’s cool too.
7. Greet the mailman
The mailman is so unappreciated/unacknowledged sometimes. They always rush to deliver our packages and never get anything in return. So, if you see them, say Hi!
8. Smiles for everyone
I want you to try something new. When you are walking around town, or where ever you are at. Try not to look mad at the world. Give everyone that good smile of yours…but don’t be creepy about it.
9. Take care of your drunk friend
Everyone never wants to be the babysitter for that one friend that can’t hold their liquor. However, they are going to need you because they will never make it home without you. Take one for the team!
10. BE THE BEST YOU CAN BE
Always be you, and be the best that you can be. Give every task 110%, go the extra mile on a project, be the person oneself can look up too!
Doing the smallest things can make people smile the most. It does not take a million years, months or days to make someone smile. Just be genuine about it, and be confident. You may be one person, but it only takes one person to begin a change.