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Brighten someone's day (in 9 words or less)

Just a few words can brighten someone's day. Text them, say them, mail them or sneak them into a coat pocket or lunchbox. Here's a list to get you started.

An unexpected text just came my way. Unexpected because it wasn't from someone I gets texts from very often. Not-so-unexpected because it was filled with thoughtfulness and love. That's so how she is!

The message: I've been thinking of you and hope you're doing okay. Let me know if there's anything I can do for you!

Unexpected or not, it totally brightened my day.

While I believe love is so much more than the words we say, sometimes the words we do say can do just as much good. And taking the time to say them could be your best spent minutes today.

It doesn't have to be a 250-word email or a two-page letter. Just a few words can start a smile, leave someone feeling loved, or change someone’s day for the better.

Here's list to get you started. Or grab these easy-to-use printable encouragement cards.

Either way, go brighten someone’s day (in 9 words or less):

Brighten someone's day and spread some sunshine into the world!

I love you so so a billion so’s much.

You make my life happy.

Thanks for being you.

You are totally, completely, 110% awesome.

You are amazing. Never forget it.

I’m so grateful you’re you.

You are enough. Always have been, always will be.

I’m a better me because I know you.

Text them, say them out loud and in person, mail them, or sneak them into someone’s coat pocket or lunch box :)


More ideas to help you brighten someone's day:

Someone needs your light: a lesson on brightening people's days and shining from the heart

A four word lesson on love

10 ways to tell your little ones, "I love you"

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