1. Don\u2019t play Pokemon Go near open water\n2. It\u2019s ok to swipe left (sometimes)\n3. Do not believe everything you read on Buzzfeed\n\nAll are good pieces of advice, but here at #givingtuesday we\u2019re about more than just the superficial things in life. We want people to do good stuff, and that means forgetting about pokedex and concentrating on something a little more meaningful.\n\nSo what does it actually mean \u2013 to do good stuff?\n\nIt\u2019s not rocket science, and it\u2019s pretty self explanatory. It means doing good for yourself and for others. The simplest way to do good stuff is to undertake small actions \u2013 like giving up your seat on a busy bus, or simply saying please and thank you.\nBut the best way you can do good stuff is by supporting a charity.\nYou could volunteer your time or make a donation to a charity of your choice. You could donate clothes, shoes, food, blood or books. Sell raffle tickets, tweet about your favourite cause, bungee jump, sky dive or abseil \u2013 all in support of a charity you care about.\n\nAnd this year we want you to think about one other way that you could support charity \u2013 by leaving a gift in your Will. Doing good stuff can be a part of your whole life, from beginning to end, and as well as passing on advice to others, why not do good stuff by passing on your support to your favourite cause too?\n\nHowever you choose to do good stuff it doesn\u2019t have to be arduous or burdensome or difficult, but goodness wouldn\u2019t it make the world a better place.\n\nThink about it for a second, how many times in a day do you lament the condition of society \u2013 the lack of generosity, the hardening of feelings towards strangers? It\u2019s sad, but increasingly we are becoming less concerned with those who live right next door, and only more concerned with ourselves.\nBut that can change. If we all committed to doing good stuff on a daily basis the changes would be enormous.\nAnd if we committed to passing that change on to the next generation with a gift in our Will, the changes would be permanent.\n\nDoing good stuff isn\u2019t difficult and it doesn\u2019t have to expensive, but it will probably make you happier and it will definitely make the world a better place.\n\n Kim Roberts, Senior Campaigns Officer at #givingtuesday\n\n#givingtuesday \u2013 the day to do good stuff for charity will take place on Tuesday 29th November. To find out more visit our website.\n\nFind out more about supporting a charity in your Will.