Tag Archives: happiness

March 27, 2017

March means MASSIVE Impact

Volunteer experiences made a difference in the community and on their own mental wellness this month.   March means massive impact at Project Helping. At the end of March, we’ll have hosted 13 volunteer experiences in two different states. Over 115 volunteers participated. Equally important, these volunteer experiences expanded our kindfulness footprint! We’re back at A Precious Child this […]

February 10, 2017

Can Goal Setting be Contributing to Depression?

What if we stopped goal setting? From birth, we have goals in place. Goals are set for us before we can even set them for ourselves. We start school with the intention of getting from one grade to the next. The goal of Kindergarten is to get into first grade. Upon completing grade school you attend middle school followed by […]

October 14, 2016

Volunteering: The First Pillar of Kindfulness

We are a rushed, success-drive society. Volunteering: It sticks out like a sore thumb in our rushed, financially driven society. We are busy and our work days are often full. The evenings are spent tired, restless and unfulfilled. Most of us only have time for so much. We’re digging for purpose and often working simply […]