The Eight Most Underrated Acts of Kindness

There's a lot of negativity in the world these days. So if you'd like to be more positive, a new survey asked people which "thoughtful gestures" were the most underrated . . . and they're SUPER simple.


The top response was "saying 'thank you.'" 49% of people said this was an act of kindness that was underrated, because it does a lot more than you think.


The other top responses were: Smiling . . . giving someone a compliment . . . congratulating someone . . . cleaning up after someone . . . watering someone's plants when they're away.


Giving or sending greeting cards, or even e-cards . . . and "returning a lost item."


Overall, the survey found that Americans perform about six thoughtful gestures a week . . . or 312 per year. If your life expectancy is 79 years, that's 24,648 acts of kindness. And honestly, it's not difficult to do more. 





Related Comedy:  Top 5 Little Things You Can Do Right Now to Show Kindness


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