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  • Jennifer Tresp-Oppeneer

    This woman spent her 35th birthday in AN AMAZING WAY! (with her kids no less) Doing 35 Random Acts of Kindness. This is such a great idea instead of feeling sorry for myself on my birthday!!

  • Sara Bliesener

    Sara: 33.Do a random act of kindness for every year I’ve been alive on my birthday. Read the whole blog-such a cool idea. She took her kids and did 35 random acts of kindness for her 35th birthday! Definatly something I wanna try. Maybe I'll even take days, and make up for the lost years. :p

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Worth reading & even more worth DOING. This sweet woman completed 38 random acts of kindness in one day to celebrate her 38th birthday. I definitely got teary-eyed reading it. I found some great ideas on here that I could (and should) do anyday, and I think I might actually like to do a whole similar list for my 26th birthday!

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