Random Acts of Kindness are another way to fuel happiness. Planned acts of kindness work, too. Stepping in to help that mom find the last few dollars needed to pay for her groceries; giving a clean mask to a man who left his in the car; letting a desperate driver have the better parking spot. Kindness doesn’t have to be big. In a small ziplock bag, I place three tea bags, a protein bar, an apple, and a five dollar bill. I hand these little goodie bags out to the panhandlers who are experiencing a patch of bad luck. The sense of satisfaction I get from these small acts is far greater for me than the person assisted.