Monday Notes – November 26, 2012

by Caitlin on November 26, 2012

Post-It Phrase of the Day: "Nothing is more honorable than a grateful heart.”

We need YOUR notes! Post a note, take a picture, and e-mail your story to Caitlin at [email protected].  Each note goes up on the site for thousands of others to read and enjoy!

Mary thought this was a very Operation Beautiful note.

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Hillary wrote, “I coordinate the Peer Health Educators at UVA and I’m at a college health conference in Orlando called the BACCHUS General Assembly. There is a breakout session today about operation beautiful activities (led by college peer educators) and they have posted notes all over the hotel.”

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Julie wrote, “ I posted my first 10 notes today here in Traralgon, Victoria, Australia.  I bought a pad of 400 stick it notes and tend to spread the love with all of them.  You can’t help but smile, when you walk out after placing the note because it feels so good.  I just love the concept. I would be absolutely blown away if I knew that any of those notes that I leave, end up having a profound impact on someone, just when they need it the most.”

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Nakita wrote, “Another note I posted at school. I won’t give up on trying to reach someone.”

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Shawnna wrote, “Every woman is unique and different and has a perspective that no other woman shares. That’s what makes our world beautiful. Girls should be reminded of this constantly, especially in the teenager years when they’re more susceptible to temptations and peer pressure. And as women get into their 20s and are trying to figure out their place in the world, it’s even more important for them to realize that they are still beautiful no matter what. And as women age and experience more life, that perspective is mature and beautiful.”

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The new Operation Beautiful book is available for pre-order. Operation Beautiful: One Note at a Time is targeted to 8 – 14 year old girls and addresses topics like friendships, bullying, love, life, puberty, parents, finding a passion, and healthy living. If you’re older, check out the original Operation Beautiful book!

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