Write letters to heroes

Write letters to heroes

Make Christmas cards, drawings, or letters for veterans, first responders, deployed troops, wounded soldiers, caregivers, and new recruits. This may seem like a really early time to be doing this, but the letters can take months to be screened and delivered. It...
June week 4, and old children’s books

June week 4, and old children’s books

  Happy Father’s Day! In this last week of June, we have a nice relaxing several days ahead. I don’t have much for your shopping list except for lemons or lemon juice, and maybe some berries or mint leaves. You probably guess we’re going to have some...
Emergency lollipops

Emergency lollipops

If you have small children, put a couple of emergency lollipops in your purse, to help take the sting from skinned knees and bumped heads in playground accidents. (Image credit: Дарья Яковлева ) You might also like these posts… Emergency lollipops If you have...
Mow A Lawn

Mow A Lawn

On this beautiful day in May, we are performing a random act of kindness. Today we are going to see if anyone we know needs help mowing the lawn, and we’re going to mow that lawn! Some lucky communities have organizations that provide free lawn care for seniors....
Cool Ties

Cool Ties

Today we’re going to create some magic for other people. We are going to make some Cool-Ties to relieve summer heat. You can make a bunch of these to keep on hand as gifts, give to the homeless or homeless shelters, or send to Operation Gratitude to donate to U.S....
April week 2

April week 2

This week some of our prompts are inspired by decluttering efforts that are so easy to get into this time of year. Decluttering is not particularly magical or Christmasy all by itself, but we will reward ourselves with festive treats and we will repurpose old things...