Christmas Kindness

December 05, 2016 2 min read

12 Days of Christmas KindnessThanksgiving is over and it is officially now time to decorate and celebrate the joyous Christmas season. Christmas, much like life, is not just something that we should walk blindly through. It is a season to really make a difference, to celebrate those around us and impact someone in a positive way. We are a company that not only focuses on horses, but people to, so we felt this blog post was something that would impact you in a positive way. December is the month of cheer and joy for so many, but it is also a month that so many struggle for different reasons. This makes the mission field huge with opportunity for each of us to make a real difference this season. Take a moment to check out this list: 12 Days of Christmas Kindness 1. Let someone cut in front of you in line. 2. Take cookies to your neighbors. 3. This one is crazy.....Smile at a random stranger 4. Leave a generous tip with a handwritten note 5. If you get great service, find a manager and tell them. 6. Shovel snow or rake leaves for a friend or neighbor 7. Tape coins and or candy canes to a vending machine. 8. Deliver a Christmas card and Starbucks to your favorite grocery store clerk. 9. Leave lottery tickets on random windshields. 10. Drop off cookies or sweets to your local police or fire department. 11. Take a hot cocoa to a Salvation Army bell ringer. 12. Write a thank you letter to a deployed service member These 12 things seem simple, but we have to purpose in our hearts to slow down and do them! Feel free to share this blog post with others that may want to share in the spirit of giving in a whole new way. Also, we encourage you to tag Benefab when posting about your random acts of kindness this year!

Speaking of giving, if you are looking for some unique and healthy gifts for your friends, family or your horse feel free to check out OUR PRODUCTS on our website.



Also in Blog

Equine Cellutitus
Equine Cellutitus

August 14, 2020 2 min read

A horse’s nature and their environment can contribute to scrapes, bruises, cuts, punctures, and all sorts of different trauma to the legs. Usually, these are not serious, and the swelling goes away easily. However, horses are also susceptible to a more challenging type of limb swelling called cellulitis.
Canine Hydrotherapy
Canine Hydrotherapy

August 05, 2020 2 min read

What is Hydrotherapy? Hydrotherapy literally means water therapy and can refer to any therapeutic use of water to aid or improve health.  Hydrotherapy started as a treatment for humans in ancient times and expanded to include animals when racehorses started benefiting from seawater. 
National Wellness Month
National Wellness Month

July 31, 2020 1 min read

All during August, National Wellness Month focuses on self-care, managing stress, and promoting healthy habits. Even a small change can impact your health in positive ways. Research has shown self-care helps promote happiness.