What did I do yesterday that helped someone or was a simple act of kindness? You see this is a hard one nothing comes to the top of my mind….and gosh that is not good. I remembered to pack a chair for my Dad to sit down during our tail gating picnic. Yes that is what I did and it’s pretty weak. So today I will work harder on helping and doing simple acts of kindness. Today I will make my brothers favorite meal and make extra for him as he never gets home cooked meals. Today I will take extra time to complement and smile at 4 or 5 people. The lady checking me out at the grocery store for starters.
Dinner topic of the day for kids: What did you do to help someone today? How can do you more helping?
Dinner topic of the day for Adults: What did you do to help someone today or a simple act of kindness? Do you think we as whole forget about Simple Acts of Kindness? How can we foster more as a whole?
Dinner Topic of the day for Teens: What did you do to help someone today or a simple act of kindness? Do you think we as whole forget about Simple Acts of Kindness? How can we foster more as a whole?
If you are not a eating at the dinner table type of a family than use car time to talk. Talk talk and talk some more! Talking actually creating conversation at the dinner table is becoming a thing of the past. Talking with you children each time you sit down for dinner teaches them that talking to Mom or Dad is easy and fun. This dinner talk with children will grow and you will teach them how to communicate or confide in adults so when they have a question or problem they naturally can talk about it. For adults it makes life more interesting, it builds a relationship and it’s fun.
Sitting down, as a family, to have dinner together is a thing of the past. In fact, according to a survey by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University, the number of U.S. families who do eat dinner together is actually on the rise. Families who eat together have better overall nutrition. The kids get better grades in school and are less likely to take drugs, smoke cigarettes or drink alcohol than those from families who rarely eat dinner together. But perhaps the biggest benefit of eating family dinners is that parents are fully engaged with their kids. Not sure how to get your kids to open up? Use Eat Create Design’s daily dinner topic to get things started.
MINNEAPOLIS, MN – Kim Kalan, Co-Founder and CEO of “One Cookie”,” is a renaissance woman when it comes to her career. She has bought and sold numerous companies. She has participated in Mensa think tank groups. She has brokered countless international transactions to the tune of millions of dollars over the years. Through all these experiences, there has been one thing that has motivated her all along the way: creating jobs. Her current venture very likely could be the pinnacle of this lifelong agenda.
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