Include a card with each of the next 10 bills you pay, knowing you will delight some otherwise bored employee.
- Mike Dooley
Include a card with your tip when paying your next restaurant tab or give it to the fast-food clerk who helps you.
Leave a card in your next returned library book.
Frame your favorite cards and put them up around your house.
Stand at a busy street corner with the cards fanned out in your hand and ask strangers to pick and take a card (tell ‘em it’s like free hugs!)
We need to feed young minds with positivity! Hide cards throughout your house in places where you know your children will find them.
Put a card in a balloon and fill it with love and helium. Then release it and let The Universe guide it to a serendipitous destination!
Tape a card to the tray on your next flight! The next person in your seat will be sure to see!
Mail one card a month to a different friend or family member! You’ll be sure to surprise them and brighten their day.
Pass your cards out to your co-workers when you know they are having a stressful day.
Take a picture of your favorite card and share it on social media for all of your friends and family to see.
Pay for the meal of the car behind you in the drive-through and have the cashier hand them a card.
Put cards under the windshield wipers of cars where people may need it the most... Hospitals, doctor’s offices, churches, AA meetings, etc.
Ask your local library or bookstore to hand out cards as special “book-marks” to their customers.
Attach cards to seed packets and hand them out as gifts – telling people to “plant their own abundance.”
Tape a card to light posts at crosswalks for people to see as they wait to cross the street.
Ask a local school to pass the cards out in the hallways and to students.
Add a card to a “blessing bag” to hand out to the homeless.
Include the cards in gift baskets for wedding or baby showers to pass along positive messages to new marriages or growing families.
Leave a card behind in your hotel while traveling.
Use the cards as gift tags or stocking stuffers.
Leave a card in the grocery cart after you’ve used it for the next person to find.
Leave cards in the dressing rooms of department stores.
Use the cards instead of confetti anywhere there would be confetti (New Year’s Eve in New York, for example).
Leave a card at the gas pump for the next driver to find.
Pin a card to the bulletin board at your local coffeehouse or café.
Leave a card under your coaster at a bar or restaurant.
Leave cards where people tend to need an extra dose of love like hospital waiting rooms, the DMV, and in the principal's office at your local school.
Pop a card in your mailbox for your mail courier!
Put them in small envelopes that say "you are adored" on the front and leave them on cafe tables, benches in parks, and bus seats.
Tape one to the back of an item at the store, for example a box of cereal, a shampoo bottle, a pack of diapers, etc.
Pick out random addresses in the phone book and mail them each a card. Address the envelope to “The Person Who Needs This Most.”
Have the cards handy to give as gifts for kindness, such as if someone holds the door for you.
Hide a card inside the pages of magazines (especially those that give a false impression of beauty and a happy life).