Are You Having A Good Day?


Make Good Things A Part Of Everyday
With The Good Things Pledge


Warning! People throughout Greater Cincinnati (and beyond) need to be warned, by giving of a few minutes of their time, they are contributing to a rapidly growing outbreak that is highly contagious. But doctors say it is not dangerous, in fact, they recommend following the directions below…


The outbreak is spread through Good Things Pledges. Brand new to our area, people who are being affected by the Pledges are beginning to show up in schools, businesses, community centers and homes; on the streets of Over-the-Rhine and in the suburbs. EVERYONE is susceptible – from little children to adults. People of all backgrounds need to be advised that this epidemic is easily spread from one person to the next with just a simple smile and a positive attitude.

What are these Good Things Pledges and why are they so catchy, you ask? A Good Things pledge is simply a promise – a personal vow that involves liking oneself and others, appreciating the little things that make life special, being kind, and being aware that every small act has the potential for a huge impact. Those behaviors are collectively called Good Things and many people already have them.

The Good Things Pledge

On this day and every day, I pledge to myself…

I will be thankful for what I have,

for people who I love and people who love me.

I will walk tall and not be afraid to fall.

I will be kind and help others just because I can.

I will brighten this day with my smile.

I will do my best to be the best me I can be.


Let’s give this outbreak a boost!
Do your part by taking the Good Things Pledge and spreading the word.


How does one take the Good Things Pledge? Simply go to the Pledge page on this blog and register by scrolling down in the white box to fill in your contact information. EVERYONE who registers will receive a frameable certificate just for taking a few minutes to make the promise; and can download and share an image on Facebook or Twitter that states he/she has taken the Pledge.

Thanks! Oh, and have a good day!


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