2012 – 52 Weeks of Good Campaign

The start of a new year means a lot of things. It’s a time to reflect on the year that has passed, time to tie up loose ends, and an end to another chapter in your life. It’s also a time to make a resolution, new goals and wishes, start fresh, and foresee the next years future.

As I look at 2012, I look for new ways to make a positive impact with the little things we do everyday. Starting January 1st, 2012, I will be starting the 52 Weeks of Good campaign. Every Monday I will post some way that we can all do a little something to have a positive impact, whether we see it or not. The posts will range everything from how to make our community a better place, to how to turn someone’s day around. Throughout the week I will also share inspiring stories, pictures, positive thoughts, and other ways you can make a difference.

Beyond the 52 Weeks of Good, I will also be sharing a positive thought through Twitter every day. So, if you’re looking for your daily pick-me-up, follow me on Twitter @SprkChange and be inspired.

Last, but not least, in 2012 I will be focusing my efforts on one major project a month. Finding ways to build-up our communities, clean-up our environments, and little by little, make the world a better place.

Hope you join in. Together we will Spark Change and make our world a better place!

Do Good. Create Change. Be the Difference.

Follow my blog, Spark Change, at: https://kellybrownpaper.wordpress.com/

Follow me on Twitter: @SprkChange

Note: Daily quotes on Twitter are from: http://www.quotegarden.com/

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About Kelly

Working at changing the world, with the little things we do, every day. I am the Doer Team Manager and the Do Good Doer at Brown Paper Tickets. My hope with this blog is to help spark a change. To look at the little things we do everyday and see how we can be a positive impact on everyone around us. The more each of us do, however small it may seem, the better world we will all have.

5 responses to “2012 – 52 Weeks of Good Campaign”

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    Can’t wait to hear your suggestions! Happy New Year!

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