Kindness Advent Calendar 2020

Hello lovely,

I really hope you are keeping safe, well, and happy as we continue through these challenging times and head into the festive season.

What a year this has been! It has been difficult for so many of us, in so many different ways. Amidst all the challenges, one positive thing that has really stood out for me this year, is hearing about all the incredible kindness acts taking place across our communities, our countries, and all over the world. There have been so many uplifting stories, and often it’s the smallest acts of kindnesses that make the biggest impact.

This may not be the festive season we all hoped for, but I hope it’ll be the best it can be under the current circumstances. I’d like to gently invite us all to make kindness a big part of that – showing kindness to those around us and to those in our communities, and remembering to be kinder to ourselves too!

This month’s kindness act suggestions continue to be lockdown-friendly. They aren’t intended to put your lovely self, or others at unnecessary risk. If you come across any which you feel this is the case, then please do skip it, or substitute with your own kindness act.

If this is your first Kindness Advent Calendar, I’d like to wish you a very warm welcome and thank you for joining us. This works just like a normal advent calendar, but instead of the usual chocolate countdown (which, of course, we can still enjoy alongside this one 😊), we are embracing the true spirit of Christmas by doing 24 random acts of festive kindness.

Every single act of kindness counts, and I’ve made the kindness act suggestions quick, easy and mostly free, so anyone and everyone can join in. Let’s get as many people as we can involved and share this with family, friends, neighbours, work colleagues, classmates… and share over social media.

So, without further ado, I’d like to invite lovely you and yours to join me in spreading a little kindness this month.

Kindness Advent Calendar 2020:

Kindness Advent Calendar 2020 V2

UPDATE: I have been made aware that the calendars are taking a little longer than usual to download. I’m currently exploring to see if I can recifiy this, but until then, please give the calendars a little more time to download. I’m so sorry for any inconvenience.

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Kindness Advent Calendar for KIDS 2020

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I receive so much positive feedback from parents and teachers about my Kindness Advent Calendar for Kids, I thought I’d create another one this year.

It’s such a fun and easy way for teachers and parents to get children involved in spreading a little kindness in the lead up to Christmas, and a lovely way of showing children what a positive impact they can have on the world.

So here it is…

Kindness Advent Calendar for KIDS 2020

UPDATE: I have been made aware that the calendars are taking a little longer than usual to download. I’m currently exploring to see if I can recifiy this, but until then, please give the calendars a little more time to download. I’m so sorry for any inconvenience.

(Please note if you subscribe to my blog and are receiving this post by email, please click here to come through to the main site and you can download it easily from there.)

Non-Advent Calendars

Over the years, I’ve been asked to create a generic, non-advent Kindness Calendar for December, and include this year’s here:

Kindness Calendar December 2020
Kindness Calendar for KIDS December 2020

UPDATE: I have been made aware that the calendars are taking a little longer than usual to download. I’m currently exploring to see if I can recifiy this, but until then, please give the calendars a little more time to download. I’m so sorry for any inconvenience.

(Please note if you subscribe to my blog and are receiving this post by email, please click here to come through to the main site and you can download them easily from there.)

If you’d like to share your kindness experiences, pop on over to my Kindness Community Facebook Page: Spreading A Little Kindness. It’d be lovely to see you there.

Wishing you a Dazzling December and a FAB-YULE-OUS festive season,
Thank you so much for spreading a little festive kindness.
Love+hugs, Helen 💚

p.s. I’d really love to hear about your kindness experiences in the comments below…

Kindness Calendar November 2020

Hello lovely,

I really hope you are keeping safe, well and happy as we continue through these challenging times.

This month’s kindness act suggestions continue to be lockdown-friendly: keeping face-to-face interaction with others down to a minimum.

These suggestions aren’t intended to put your lovely self, or others at unnecessary risk. If you come across any which you feel this is the case, then please do skip it, or substitute with your own kindness act.

It’s World Kindness Day on Friday 13th November.


This it the perfect opportunity to go kindness act crazy!! I’m sure you’ll agree that we all need a little more of that at the moment.

I’ll be posting a list of my Top 10 Kindness Acts on Spreading A Little Kindness. It’d be absolutely brilliant if you could help spread the word by sharing them with others. Just imagine the positive impact just one extra kindness act could have in our homes, in our communities, and even on social media.

Kindness Calendar November 2020

I’d like to invite lovely you and yours to join me in spreading a little kindness this month.

(Please note if you subscribe to my blog and are receiving this post by email, please click here to come through to the main site and you can download it easily from there.)

You can share your kindness experiences on my Kindness Community Facebook Page: Spreading A Little Kindness.

And let’s remember to be kinder to ourselves, and show ourselves lots of love as well, we are definitely worth it!

Thank you so much for spreading a little more kindness.

Wishing you a Nourishing November.
Take care of your lovely self,
Love+hugs, Helen 💚

p.s. I’d really love to hear about your kindness experiences in the comments below…