KINDNESS CONNECTIONS TIP #10
Some thoughts on supporting your teens.
KINDNESS CONNECTIONS TIP #9
Something to inspire
Want to change the world? Be brave enough to care
KINDNESS CONNECTIONS TIP #8
Going out for walks, jogs, and bike rides will be so important in the days ahead. Perhaps after you've done your EXERCISE walk you can go back later in the day... Take RUBBER GLOVES, BAG or CONTAINER, and pick up some of the trash that has made its spring appearance.
Some people think that Covid-19 is Mother Earth's way of telling us to take of ourselves, each other and our planet. So let's begin...
This is a good time to SAFELY show some care and kindness to our environment. Begin with a simple spring clean up.
But please, use all safety precautions. Thank you.
KINDNESS CONNECTIONS TIP #7 - advice for homeschooling
#stressless #homeschool #mentalhealth
KINDNESS CONNECTIONS TIP #6
KINDNESS CONNECTIONS TIP #5
KINDNESS CONNECTIONS TIP #4
Sanitize your mailbox, front door handle, doorbell, railings, etc. to protect delivery people. Canada Post still does package delivery and now more than ever people will be shopping online. Courier companies, delivery services, cookie deliveries, neighbours dropping off items - these folks need your support, Remember also to sanitize elevator buttons, gates, and other entry points. Please keep our delivery people safe.
KINDNESS CONNECTIONS TIP #3
Childmind offers sound information on how to support the mental well being of children.
KINDNESS CONNECTIONS TIP #2
Medical students at Western University are leading the way across the country with a student-led initiative to support health care providers. We’re so proud of these future health care leaders and their commitment to social responsibility!
The student-led initiative seeks to provide free childcare, errands and other volunteer services to health care providers in the London and Windsor areas between March 23 and April 3 while elementary and secondary schools in Ontario are closed.
It's being organized by medical students Yashoda Valliere, Gali Katznelson, Chris Zhang, Jessica Garabon and Montana Hackett.
“Although we are not yet physicians, we have an opportunity to support our colleagues. We are excited to begin this initiative, and we applaud our fellow medical students across the country who are now organizing in their own communities,” says fourth-year medical student Yashoda Valliere.
More information: www.schulich.uwo.ca
KINDNESS CONNECTIONS TIP #1
There are lots of songs you can sing while washing your hands in order to give them a thorough soap-and-water wash.
Here's another way: Loving Kindness Meditation
While washing your hands say it 3 times ~ one for all those you love; one for those you are not at peace with; one for all of those you haven't met (like healthcare workers!)