{doodling the kind way} day one

Hi! I hope you’re having a beautiful day 💕 GUESS WHAT! I have a new doodle series I’m going to be sharing for February! 😄🌺

Starting today and finishing on Valentine’s Day (the 14th), I’ll be publishing one kindness doodle every day! You’ll get to read an inspiring quote and check out the day’s doodle. Then I’ll be answering some kindness prompts my mom provided for me (I can’t wait to answer them!) and a very special guest will share how you can incorporate kindness into your own life! For each day’s finale, you’ll have the opportunity to share your thoughts on the day’s topic with some outro question/s.

Maybe I should have started with this lol, but D @ Random Specific Thoughts came up with the name for this series: “doodling the kind way”! Thanks so much for your help, D, and for sharing your creative ideas with me!

Let’s get right into day one!

kindness quote:

“Kindness is a passport that opens doors and fashions friends. It softens hearts and molds relationships that can last lifetimes.” – Joseph B. Wirthlin

🌺 We all have different opinions about things, and sometimes, others’ opinions upset us. Why is it important to be constructive and kind when considering someone else’s opinion?

How each of us views and understands the world is a combination of many factors. This includes who raised us, where we grew up, what we were taught, what we see in the media and entertainment, and who our friends are. The beliefs, opinions, and truths we stand behind are uniquely ours, and they all exist for a reason. It’s important for us to acknowledge that just because we see something a certain way, it does not mean everyone else must or will see it that way, as well.

When someone believes something that conflicts with my own opinion, I will do my best to see the situation from their perspective. This helps me to be kind and understanding toward them, because I appreciate it when others do the same for me!

While I may not agree with someone on a particular matter or viewpoint, I respect them as an individual and value our relationship on the grounds of what we do have in common.

introducing: Captain Kindness!

Hello all! I am Captain Catrina Kindness,
but you can call me that!
😉 Just kidding.
I go by my full title, but you can
also call me Catrina!

I am very very honored to be a special guest here for this wonderfully inspiring doodle series! Thank you to Maggie for having me, and a HUGE thank you to Maggie’s friend blogger D (Random Specific Thoughts) for recommending me!

Kindness is one of my favorite things about life. That’s why I feel so special getting to be called Captain Kindness! What a privilege!

Anyway, enough about me. 😁 It’s time to share kindness inspiration with you.

💓 Captain Kindness Inspiration of the Day 💓
show understanding in your relationships

We all appreciate it when others are kind to us. It can be a beautiful way to give back when we’re understanding, patient, and kind in return!
This week, find simple ways to be kind and helpful
in your friendships. For example:
💓 help your mom carry bags in when she gets home
💓 listen to what your brother has to say
when he’s feeling sad
💓 help clean up after dinner
💓 play a game your friend would like to play

How do you show kindness to others? In what ways can we be considerate of others’ feelings? Let’s chat in the comments!

21 Comments

  1. omigosh! I love this new series already Maggie!! 💗😃🤩 Captain kindness is adorbs! 💗 I cannot wait for the next post!

    -Maddie💗✨

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  2. Ahh, this is so beautiful!!❤️ I’m glad I could be of help, Maggie! Ooh, it’s amazing to see how Captain Kindness is spreading kindness and inspiration all around, love *her* name too!
    This series is off to a brilliant start already! I loved the day’s topic and agree with how it’s important to maintain a relationship inspite of differences.

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