February 14, 2011

share the love | happy valentine’s day 2011

“Sometimes your joy is the source of your smile, but sometimes your smile can be the source of your joy.” —Thich Nhat Hanh

Happy heart day! Do something that makes you happy — that makes you smile — today. I’ll be admiring my bouquet of red tulips, noshing on dark chocolate (good for the heart!), sipping red wine (also good for the heart!) and choosing a nonprofit organization to donate either my time or money to this year. Share the love. Happy Valentine’s Day to you and yours.

dark chocolate cupcake with strawberry frosting

{Dark chocolate cupcakes with strawberry frosting — flavenoids and antioxidants — make me happy. Photo By SisterMaryEris/Courtesy Flickr}

causecast homepage

{Find out how to donate either your time or money to your favorite nonprofits with Causecast.org. Causecast makes it easy to find local volunteer opportunities. If you prefer to donate money to an organization, Causecast helps process donations — for free.}

kim wallace archery summit pinot noir

{An oversized glass of pinot noir is good for the heart in so many ways. Photo Courtesy Archery Summit Winery}

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  • Megan

    I love that Tich Nhat Hanh quotation! Wonderful post, Kim. I love the idea of spreading the love by giving to a nonprofit or by volunteering. Oh, and chocolate and wine are good ways to show love to yourself, always! I find I frequently need to focus on loving myself, and those little things are quick, easy ways to do so. Great ideas, and BEAUTIFUL pictures!

  • kimberlyloc

    Thanks Megan! I have always been inspired by Thich Nhat Hanh’s teachings — his book, “True Love,” is amazing. I’ve had his quotes on my Facebook wall for years! Always good to revisit them and to remember to show love to yourself…and to share it with others when they are willing to receive it. <3 xx

  • Caro

    Charity Navigator is another good resource to learn about nonprofits. :)





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