The Praise Project

Last week I embarked on a project with my friend, Rebekah at We Live Inspired, called The Praise Project. The idea was solely Rebekah’s, and she asked me if I would be interested in participating with her. We exchanged emails for a few weeks about the project, such as ideas, rules and plans.

Rebekah came up with these rules for The Praise Project:

  1. I will try to use my words to only say positive things, kind things, speak praises over people, compliment them and let them know how I feel or how much I appreciate them.
  2. I will reach out to people and let them know how important they are, how I appreciate them and also freely give compliments. I am going to make a point to say everything food I notice about people this week. 
  3. I may have to wear a rubber band around my wrist or something to remind myself because my goal is to not utter one derogatory thing to the people I come in contact with.
  4. If an issue arises that needs to be addressed that may not be in a positive light, I will address it but try to be mindful of how I am responding.
  5. I will take notes on a pocket notepad, on my phone or computer so that I can document what happens around me during the project. 
  6. I can achieve these actions in various ways. The most effective will be in person, but also phone calls, texts, email, Facebook, etc. all counts.
  7. Finally, I will keep this project a secret! 

Goal: To spread sunshine around and hopefully bring joy to people. I am interested to see if it improves morale in the environments I am in and how this affects all of the relationships around me. 

Please join me at We Live Inspired as I write about my experiences with The Praise Project.


During the month of November, I am participating in the National Blog Posting Month, also known as NaBloPoMo, hosted by BlogHer. Most likely I am following these suggested prompts, but I might just get crazy and change things up every once in a while. I’m one wild and crazy gal! 

NaBloPoMo November 2012


3 thoughts on “The Praise Project

  1. Pingback: NaBloPoMo: November 2012 « Nearly Missed It

  2. Thank you so much for doing this with me!!!! I loved your perspective and the things you did were awesome. You really went out of your way to do things for others, which is so nice of you. It was a well written post and so organized and thorough with how you did everything. I appreciate that and also that you took the time to participate. 🙂

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