Do something nice, anything nice. And, do it to, or for, another individual. It won't hurt...... promise.
Doing something nice for someone almost always brings a very pleasant response. At the very least, it results in a smile. Doing something nice just might be contagious.
Give up your seat on the bus or subway to a senior citizen, a child (or anyone who obviously needs it more than you do) before anyone else does.
Let your little brother or sister choose the video for once, and don't whine and complain when you end up watching "The Emperor's New Groove".
If a homeless person asks you for change, and you can afford to give, hand them something with a smile. If you can't afford to give, or if it isn't something you can support, refrain from making rude jokes or degrading comments, just smile and say, "Sorry, I can't."
When it is late at night and you and your friends are taking in the warm summer air by cruising the neighborhood, keep the noise to a minimum. If you are driving around, don't keep the tunes pumping. If you are walking around, keep the chattering to a dull roar. You may be on summer break, but for most people, there isn't a summer break. They are still working.
Read bedtime stories to your brothers and sisters
Assist adults while grocery shopping
Set the dinner table without being asked
Hold the door for adults
Comfort someone when they feel down
Share toys with a brother or sister
Take care of the family pet
Put away your own clothes
Clean your bedroom
Bring in the mail
Visit someone who is sick
Use polite language (thank you, please)
Help your brothers or sisters study
Visit a friend
Forgive someone's mistake
Share a smile
Put an extra quarter in someone's parking meter
Let someone cut in front of you in line
Help someone pick up dropped papers
Hold the door for someone you don't know
Write a thank you note to someone who helped you or made a difference in your life
Volunteer to read to students or at a nursing home
Give a teacher or friend a note of appreciation today
Pick up the litter around the school and school grounds
Tutor a student who needs help
Deliver a get well card to someone you don't know at the hospital.
Do something nice for someone else
Do something that will "make a difference" to someone else
Expect nothing in return, not even a smile. You will still make a difference, and you will still be rewarded
Tell at least one person a day how nice they are