What’s your kindness style?
Generosity comes in all shapes and sizes— and pinpointing the way you’re most comfortable opening your heart to others can help you learn more about the good-for-you perks of your goodness!
Believe there is no such thing as a small act of generosity? Love doing nice things for strangers out of the blue?
Your generosity type: Random acts of kindness
From giving someone a compliment to leaving an uplifting note for a stranger to find, you know that even seemingly tiny gestures have a huge impact, unleashing a domino effect of joy. Doing good does you good: Research suggests that the anonymous nature of your generosity style triggers an even bigger happiness boost because it instantly broadens your perspective and helps you feel part of a larger community. Inspired to help others by your belief in a higher power? Find loved ones often come to you for advice?
Spiritual acts Your generosity type: of kindness
From keeping others in your prayers to holding their hand when they need a friend, you embody divine love and compassion. Your faith helps your spirit soar and elevates everyone around you. Doing good does you good: Your spiritual strength is so calming, it wards off colds and flu. Enjoy making gifts for friends and loved ones? Find sharing your knowledge is especially rewarding?
Your generosity type: Creative acts of kindness
Whether you’re volunteering your time to teach crafts or knitting scarves to keep loved ones warm, your bigheartedness is literally felt by others because it’s completely tangible. Doing good does you good: Flexing creativity revs brainpower—and channeling it toward others has even more benefits because it’s shown to up motivation, igniting out- of-the-box ideas. Feel most fulfilled when giving back to your community? Relish rolling up your sleeves and doing volunteer work?
Your generosity type: Practical acts of kindness
Always eager to lend a hand, be it by pitching in at your local animal shelter or making chicken soup for a sick friend, you’re a true problem-solver. Doing good does you good: Building bonds one altruistic act at a time, you tend to be happier than most, as the more connected we are to our community, the more satisfied we are with life.