The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation®, an internationally recognized non-profit organization, has officially designated February 11-17 as National Random Acts of Kindness Week, a week designated to raise awareness about kindness and to celebrate the value of being kind to one another.
By nature, nurses practice random acts of kindness on a regular basis and know that even the smallest act of generosity can go a long way. During National Random Acts of Kindness Week, we are inviting our readers to perform at least one random act of kindness for patients, colleagues, friends and/or family, and to share your selfless act with us on the Nursing Notes by Johnson & Johnson Facebook Page and on Twitter @JNJNursingNotes. We will pick the most inspirational ones to include in the February issue of Nursing Notes!
For simple random acts of kindness ideas, visit www.randomactsofkindness.org.
Tips for Keeping Your New Year’s Resolution
It’s one month into the New Year, how is your New Year’s resolution coming along? If you’re having trouble sticking to your resolution, you aren’t alone. For many, making a resolution means setting goals for self-improvement and then quickly breaking them before February has even started. This can be especially difficult for nurses who might work long hours and have very little down time.
While this type of change can be difficult, everyone has the ability to accomplish their goals! To make the transition easier, Forbes.com has created a list of seven strategies to help you along the way. To read the article, visit www.forbes.com.