When my first child was born, it was in that moment that I found my true purpose in life — to impart as much of the good in me onto my child (now children) and create an impactful legacy for my boys.
Little acts of kindness — holding the door for a stranger, giving up your seat on the metro, saying “please” and “thank you” — these intentional moments of kindness can be so meaningful in our busy lives. With a vision of making the world a better, kinder place and encouragement from my wife, I decided to start a kindness movement.
I created Live Kindly to bring awareness to the simplicity of living a kind life. Live Kindly offers products that empower people to share their story, promote positive dialogue and recognize kindness in action. Live Kindly feels strongly that there’s no better time than now to use the power of kindness to unite and strengthen our communities.
I’d be honored if you’d join me on my journey to Live Kindly.
Live Kindly supports all acts of kindness, not just to humans, but to animals and the environment as well.
That is why at least 5% of Live Kindly proceeds will go directly to Johns Hopkins Children's Center, Golden Retriever Rescue, Education and Training (GRREAT), and the South Carolina United Turtle Enthusiasts (SCUTE).
SHARE YOUR KINDNESS
No act of kindness is too big or too small. Whether you held the door for a stranger, helped clean up your neighborhood park, or passed a Live Kindly sticker or pin onto a friend (or stranger) we want to hear about it.