This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of BIC®. All opinions are 100% mine.
I love the holiday season and I try to celebrate it with little acts of kindness.
They don’t have to be anything crazy, in fact I think they are almost better when they make someone’s life better in a simple way, like adding some money to a meter (that just ran out of money) so that they don’t get a parking ticket. Something really easy to do, but that reminds others that you care and wish them well!
When we were up in Pacific Grove there were meters everywhere.
I made it my mission (with Pete’s help) to look for expired meters and then we added money to buy them some time. We felt like we were on a secret mission to spread some cheer! I love getting little surprises like this so I hope it warmed other’s hearts too!
I came prepared with lots of quarters, sticky notes and #BlueSkiesBlue BIC Mark-It™ to spread some #BICMerryMarking cheer!
I pre-filled some notes and started filling meters with coins.
It was so much fun! We dropped in coins, added a note and kept on going until we made sure the whole block was good to go!You can create your own act of kindness with BIC Mark-It™permanent markers.
Their permanent markers offer 44 vibrant, long lasting colors for endless inspiration!
The bold, fade-resistant ink is low odor and acid free (no added acid and no measurable pH) so you don’t need to worry and they are totally family friendly too! You can find BIC Mark-It™ permanent markers available in 36 packs of fine or ultra-fine bold, vibrant colors or the 8 pack of metallic colors. These give you tons of inspiration to spread some joy!
BIC is encouraging you to keep writing and creating this season with awesome products like BIC Mark-It™permanent markers and BIC’s Month of Merry Marking, which has a ton of inspirational ideas to make the holidays bright.
You can get the booklet of merry marking and a coupon to start marking your own holiday memories and small acts of kindness today!
I nominate my friends Jenny, Ann, Eileen and all of you to participate in BIC’s Month of Merry Marking and to show off their beautiful creations!
What is your favorite holiday tradition?