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How A 5 Year Old Inspired So Many & A Thanks To Her Amazing Mom

How A 5 Year Old Inspired So Many & A Thanks To Her Amazing Mom

As we’re in the middle of the giving season – a time of year where we yearn to help others and appreciate the good in people, I want to highlight this story once more. This amazing woman has done so much for the Infinite Smile Project when no one knew who we were because she believed in what we were doing and I feel everyone should know her story and how incredibly inspiring she is. Please let her and her daughter be an inspiration to you and your family and remember anyone, any age, can be a philanthropist and change […]

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ISP’s FIRST Monthly Challenge – Blessing Bags. Meaningful, Interactive, Inexpensive But Have So Much Impact

  photo credit google images   As we enter our month campaigning for kindness – I would like to introduce some great crusaders, stories and guest bloggers. The funniest Mom blogger I know, Courtney from Stop Yapping, is our contributor to kick-off our monthly challenge. Here is how she does it. Thanks so much Courtney! xoxo “I’m hungry.” “I’m starving.” “What can I have?” “I’m LITERALLY starving Mom.” “If I were to think about eating lunch, what would you suggest?” “Is there any food in this house?” I hear this about 10 times a day from my husband and 3 […]

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The #1 Thing the News Stations Should Be Talking About But Aren’t

My new favorite pop culture word – “Philanthro-kids”. By definition they are kids or teens (“pilanthro-teens”) that have a love of humanity and partake in ”private initiatives, for public good, focusing on quality of life “. Why aren’t we talking about this? Where is the coverage on these kids and why this is an emerging trend? Clearly we know enough about the rise in drug, alcohol, violence and promiscuity in kids and teens these days but where are the news reporters and writers when it comes to this topic? We need something to drive our youth’s focus towards the positive […]

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What We Can Learn From Robin Williams’ Death

  This is my longest post I have done. If you read anything read the last paragraph that is bolded. However if you have some time please read. It may be information that might be useful for someone you know in the future. Thanks~  Kim I think this week made a lot of people think. I tend to not care too much about the struggles celebrities say they have. You know what I mean, “I was teased for my weight” or “My parents didn’t love me” – these sorts of headlines that I feel are contrived for the sole purpose […]

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Kindness for ME? You shouldn’t have – but glad you DID!

One of the most rewarding things about starting ISP has been the people I have been blessed to meet and get to know. I say over and over again how since starting this project it has enhanced my life in ways I cannot explain which is probably why I share it with such passion to others. I want everyone to experience the same enlightenment and joy I have felt meeting so many amazing people from all walks of life and discovering ways to connect with others that I didn’t even really know existed. I was having lunch with a friend the […]

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