Skout Addresses Random Acts Of Kindness With Their Latest Survey

When you help people feel better about their days by doing a random act of kindness you are doing it out of the goodness of your heart. It’s not about people seeing what you are doing and telling you that it is nice. It makes you feel good, but it isn’t even really about that. It’s about the concept of spreading positive vibes wherever you go. That’s why I do random acts of kindness on a regular basis. I want to have a positive effect on my community, so wherever I go, I show the world that it is a happy place to live by being kind to strangers.

I treat strangers like they are already my friends, and most of them become my friends. I actually have people remember my face or my name on a daily basis because of the impact I leave when I go places. I’m always spreading kindness, and I’m always giving a smile to others.

Random Acts Of Kindness Week

Can you believe that we live in such a positive world that we celebrate random acts of kindness for a whole week? Some of my friends had not heard of this week long celebration, so I won’t be surprised if you haven’t heard of it either. It is popularized by some of the big social media sites out there. Skout actually showcased the celebration by conducting this survey about kindness for the holiday. Then, Uloop published the results. Skout always does these types of surveys because they are trying to remind their users to be kind and friendly to each other.

Have you ever heard of Skout before? It’s one of the big social media sites that I like to visit. I have actually met a lot of my friends on their application. I have it on my smart phone. It’s free to use, and you can download it for free in the app store, Google play store or iPhone app store. It’s simple to set up an account, and you meet people quickly, so I recommend checking it out.

The survey results published on Uloop’s website show that a majority of college students are actually already engaging in kind acts on a daily basis. It’s so refreshing to hear that we live in a loving world. If you want to see the survey results for yourself, go to Uloop’s website: