FREE Ways to Spread Joy

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Joy is FREE.  Spreading it can be, too.

Here’s how.

Here are some easy acts of kindness you can do everyday. Have kids? Here are some for them, too.

Love the billboards? Here are mini versions of several of them you can hang up in your window.
2 sizes to choose from: 8.5″ x 11″ and 11″ x 17″

Love the billboards and have LOTS of space? We save the messages after they come down and give them to schools, business and other highly-trafficed places so they can keep spreading joy.  Here’s a list of available messages. Email us to see if about getting one.  Each canvas is roughly 10.5 ft tall by 22 ft wide and does not have grommets.

(This page of free ways to spread joy will continue to grow, so check back every once in a while to see if there’s something new.  Have a suggestion? Send it my way.)

9 Responses so far.

  1. jumping for joy is a great way to spread joy for free 🙂

  2. Brian D. Bailey says:

    This event happened to me many, many years ago in the great state of Georgia. I live in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. In my youth, I loved to go and ride a 10-speed bicycle long distances. On one particular occasion, I flew to Miami, FL with my bike and began to ride north. On one very rainy day in the state of Georgia, I stopped for breakfast at a restaurant. It had been raining very hard and I was completely soaked!! I was so very happy to have a nice breakfast. I hadn’t really noticed too many people in the restaurant at all. I just wanted to get dry and eat something nice. Anyway, when I go to pay for my food, the lady tells me another customer in the restaurant paid for my meal already!! I was really surprised!! I didn’t even know the person who performed this act of kindness and generosity. But I am THANKFUL TO THEM TO THIS DAY!!!! Please keep up the kindness wherever you are. It will be remembered for many years to come!!! And by the way, A VERY BIG THANK YOU GOES OUT TO THE GREAT STATE OF GEORGIA FROM ONE CANADIAN WHO STILL REMEMBERS YOUR KINDNESS!! Thanks & God Bless You All!!!

    Best Regards,

  3. Ali McKim says:

    This is more like an idea: How about lawn signs….you know like the political ones we get inundated with…they could be either used as a fun-d raiser or given out, I don’t know how you work that but also bumper stickers..they could probably be printed out at not much cost, if not free and again, sold or just given out to spread good messages everywhere…maybe a lawn sign that says: I’d vote for you…or you have my vote…a pun on the ugly election in our near future.

  4. michele says:

    Great ideas, Ail! Love them! Thank you!

  5. Omphalie says:

    I recently trained to become a laughter yoga instructor and have now started my own laughter club. My experience is that laughter yoga is a great way to help people connect to joy inside. The sessions consist amongst other of playfully interactions with eye contact and doing simulated laughter exercises. If a group is gently ‘warmed up’ genuine childlike playfulness and genuine laughter unfolds which is such an enjoyable state of being and adults have often forgotten about this or disconnected from it. A a result people are more relaxed, smile more after and even look more joyful. I can wholeheartedly recommend!

  6. Leslie says:

    Hathaway Elementary school is Washougal, WA is on the bandwagon! We love you free printable signs. We hear you have stickers?Where can we get them

  7. Leslie DeShazer says:

    Hathaway Elementary school in Washougal, WA is on the bandwagon! We love your free printable signs. We hear you have stickers? Where can we get them?

  8. Shanan Pickett says:

    Have you considered contacting construction companies to see if they would like to post some of your recycled billboards on their project sites while in construction?

  9. Chloe Prado says:

    Paying for someone’s meal or groceries can cause a great chain reaction but it costs money. You came easily brighten someone’s day with compliment. A smile is worth 1000 kind words.

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