This coming year I am amped to transform my blog and my time to something I’m truly passionate about. I found it fitting that the first post in my “transformation” phase be something related to social good and am hoping this sets the tone for my 2015!
I’m excited to share the opportunity for you all to join me in the #DeedADay movement! Let 2015 be your year of paying it forward. If you make any resolutions, please let this be one that you aim to commit too! Don’t let the season of giving end after the winter holidays.
Dedicate yourself to doing 100 good deeds this year!
The 100 Good Deeds project is simple. This bracelet acts as a reminder that each time you do a good deed, you move the rubber ring closer to the 100th bead. Mary Fisher artist, author and HIV/AIDs activist, designed this gorgeous bracelet strung with 100 beads by HIV positive and economically fragile women in Uganda, Zambia, Rwanda, South Africa, India, Indonesia, and Haiti. Just by knowing the purpose and work behind making the bracelets is a solid reminder to be thankful for our own blessings and pay those blessings forward!
I’d like to make this a resolution project for my family. We’ve been blessed with so much that I only find it necessary to do the same for others.
Best wishes in 2015!