If there are elderly people in your neighbourhood who live alone, check in on them occasionally. Ask if there are errands you can do for them, for example is anything they need when you are heading to the supermarket etc. If they are lonely arrange to spend some time with them - even just a... Continue Reading →
If you see someone struggling with the equipment at the gym, and you know what to do, give them some friendly pointers.
If you use the last of the toilet roll, find a way to replace it so the next person isn't caught out.
Help an elderly relative learn how to use a computer, tablet or smartphone. Talk to them about scams so they are more savvy. A lot of elderly people can also feel isolated and separated from their families - a gap a computer and social media could help overcome.
Do not compare yourself to others. We are all on our own journey and fighting our own battles. We are all good at different things with different ambitions, motivations and priorities.
Not many people think to water office plants! Be the person who goes around with the watering can every now again, especially in a hot office or one with air conditioning.
Make an effort to have a friendly chat with a stranger - perhaps someone in a queue, someone you are sat next to in a cafe or on a bus, etc. Say hello to someone you see regularly but do not normally talk to.