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"Kindness is exactly what we need in our fractured world right now—it provides the simplest path to healing."A single act of kindness, whether to a friend or a stranger, can become a spool of generosity that unwinds and touches the lives of so many. . .From Woman’s Day Editor-in-Chief Susan Spencer comes a heartwarming book featuring 365 kindness-focused actions. With beautifully whimsical illustrations by artist Jutta Kuss, this book shows how small acts can make a big difference.When Action Follows Heart was inspired by the Kindness Project, a monthly column in the magazine that highlights good deeds and everyday kindnesses from Woman’s Day readers from all over. The idea behind it is simple: to showcase readers’ kind acts toward others.Whether it’s bringing a box of doughnuts to a fire station, yielding a parking space to the other person vying for it, collecting blankets for the homeless, or even sharing a smile—these acts are sure to make your world a little brighter.Full of practical advice; uplifting stories; and inspirational quotations, this book is a must-have for anyone looking to bring positivity and joy into their lives—and the lives of others.
|Publisher:||Hay House Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||5.10(w) x 7.10(h) x 1.10(d)|
About the Author
Susan Spencer is the editor-in-chief of Woman’s Day, an indispensable resource to more than 20 million women. She oversees the development of the magazine's content, including easy recipes, health topics, inspiring stories, beauty and style, personal finance advice, and much more. She previously served as executive editor of All You magazine, published by Time Inc., and held senior editorial positions at Child and Diversion magazines. She advises the board marketing committee of Safe Horizon, the nation’s largest victims services provider, and is the board secretary of Beacon in Summit, NJ.Woman’s Day is the #1 selling monthly on U.S. newsstands. The magazine’s Inspire section is one of the most widely read. The section’s tentpole is the Kindness Project, a monthly column that highlights good deeds and everyday kindnesses done by readers.
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