just as the title says really. Share your feel good stories. Random acts of kindness or other good deeds that make you smile.
Mine was a few weeks ago at work.
I returned to my classroom after clearning up the remains of the school disco to find a homemade cupcake on my desk. I t had a very cute note beside it that said 'I noticed you'd had a long day and were helping children at luchtime too. I'm worried you will be hungry so thought you might want a cake. p.s. my dog licked the icing but I know you won't mind because you have a dog too.'
The childish writing and dodgy speling only made my smile even bigger.
I've posted this on a financial forum too but seeing as RW is a font of knowledge I didn't think it woudl hurt to get some opinions here too.
I bough my house 6 months ago and turned down my mortgage lender's offer of life insurance as I wanted to shop around. I am still shopping around and am totally baffled by the options and jargon- I have no idea where to start. Seeing as I am not married and have no children all I am really looking for (i think) is critcical illness cover. However, this seems to be the one thing that people say not to be 'tricked into'. Surely this is what I would want to take care of martgage payments if I was too ill to continue working? Brief basics on my circumstances- secure job (teacher) and no long term health issues.
Any advice/suggestions as to what type of policy i should go for. Any to avoid?
I'm looking to buy a new rucksack for running. I don't need anything big, just enough room for a running jacket/on the move munchies. Ideally I want something light that won't jiggle around. I've just a North Face camle back until now but it has rubbed my shoulder quite badly and does a lot of jiggling! I'm quite slight on the top half if that makes any difference. Thanks