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My 35 for 35 Holiday Season Update – Items 30-35

by Scott on December 31, 2013

It’s been about 2 months since I finalized My 35 for 35 list. Here is a Holiday Season update on how I’m progressing so far.

31. Perform 35 Random Acts of Kindness – This is another item that has turned out to be one of the most incredible experiences on this list. When I put together this list originally, I thought this one would be nice but I had no idea it would turn into what it’s become.

I collected ideas from friends and family and created a post: My 35 for 35 – Random Acts of Kindness. I plan on creating additional posts specifically for this item because it has turned into something bigger all on its own.

Do you have any suggestions to add to the list of Random Acts of Kindness?

#HolidaySeason update on #randomactofkindness ...

#HolidaySeason update on #randomactofkindness for My #35for35. I started it as a “this could be fun” thing. It’s now become something so much greater. I find it keeps me focused, searching for ways to spread kindness. I know I committed to 35 acts but, with your permission, I’d like to continue and #RAK up as many #randomactofkindness as I can. Is that ok with you? via realscottweller

32. Help 5 People Accomplish a Bucket List Item – I feel a little funny reporting back on this item. Instead, I’ll ask anyone that I may have helped accomplish a Bucket List item, to report back and share their story. Stay Tuned!

33. Start a Scholarship Fund – Does anyone know how to set up a scholarship fund?

34. Volunteer at a Soup Kitchen – I know that there are plenty of options to help me accomplish this one. Do you have any suggestions? Do you want to join me?

35. Get Jax Certified as a Therapy Dog – If we have ever sat down and had a discussion about my perspective on life, you’ve more than likely heard me talk about one of my greatest teachers, Jaxie. That’s right, my 6 year old boxer Jax has taught me some of the greatest lessons in life.

Whenever I’m experiencing difficult times, just being in Jax’s presence helps bring me back around. Getting Jax certified as a Therapy Dog would allow me to share him with others who need the exact same therapy.

In a lot of situations, a dog needs to be certified as a Therapy Dog to be allowed on the premises but if you know of any groups that could benefit from a visit from Jaxie, please let me know. He’s magical – just wait and see!

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