Feel Good Friday | Positivity in a Post-It

When ┬áCaitlin Prater received a nasty note on Facebook urging her to commit suicide, she transformed the negative energy into a campaign of positivity. The Canadian high school student put her school supplies to good use–specifically those Post-Its– by writing uplifting notes on every single locker in George McDougall High.


The encouraging act was considered litter by McDougall, but after businesses started adopting the Post-It Postivity the town of Airedrie dedicated October 9th Positive Post-It Day. Hooray! Bullies: 1 Caitlyn: Hundreds

You can follow Caitlin’s anti-bullying campaign on Facebook.

Pretty in Purple! Celebs Stand Against Bullying

NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 10:  (EXCLUSIVE COVERAGE) Laverne Cox  visits at SiriusXM Studios on June 10, 2014 in New York City.  (Photo by Robin Marchant/Getty Images)

Puuuurrrrppplllee Rain Puuuurrrrpppplllee Rain.

Prince isn’t the only one donning the royal color today. In honor of GLAAD’s Spirit Day, which rallies against bullying of the LGBTQ youth, celebs like transgender poster girl Laverne Cox (Orange is the New Black), mommy-to-be Kandi Burruss and her RHOA castmate Cynthia Bailey pulled out the purple outfits.



Today Show anchor Tamron Hall reminded us of the significance of the day alongside fellow anchor Natalie Morales.


And we saved the best for last. The Prancing Elites took to Facebook to urge supporters to go purple. As an added incentive they give a dose of their song and dance skills. You betta werk, hunty!

Happy Spirit Day, remember to choose kindness. To learn how click here.

Comedian Mike Epps Honored for Anti-Bully Campaign in New York

Mike Epps with Niagara Falls Mayor Paul Dyster handing over the key to the city and a Proclamation. Image Credit: Mike Epps Twitter Page

Mike Epps with Niagara Falls Mayor Paul Dyster handing over the key to the city and a Proclamation.
Image Credit: Mike Epps Twitter Page

So, who knew funnyman Epps had a serious side? Like most of you, whenever I look at him I can’t help but drudge up this memory…and it still brings tears to my eyes. Hehehehe.

Hope that was a nice walk down memory lane,┬ábut this time the actor/comedian is tapping into his serious side by talking to kids about his anti-bullying campaign. He visited Niagara Falls, New York last week to not only collect some accolades–he received the key to Cataract City, but also share his experiences being bullied as a child.

Mike Epps spoke to kids at the Niagara Falls Housing Authority about how to cope with a bully. One method he suggested was complimenting them (not what would be on most people’s lists, but, okay) because they are usually “insecure and scared themselves.”

And if that doesn’t work?

Welp, he doesn’t instruct putting hands on others, but does share that salt can be a good defense mechanism.

Epps honesty had an impact on the crowd considering the feedback he received on Twitter: