This fall, I found myself drawn to the 30 days of GOOD challenge, a campaign that inspires readers to do one specific and actionable “good” thing each day. I recently wrote to my colleagues about how I liked its simplicity—Give three compliments. Send a postcard to someone. Ask someone for advice, and take it. And it was easy to stay up to date: I followed GOOD on Twitter (@GOOD), and the ideas came in little nuggets to my twitter feed. I tried to do as many as I could. (Though I also confessed that in candor, I fell short on mailing a postcard. Who has stamps anymore! I took a lot of teasing for that one, and a page of stamps from a sympathetic colleague.)
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