In between throwing stuff into the fireplace “lets see what happens when [fill in the blank] burns!” and launching balled up socks into the whirling ceiling fans (we can’t have nice things), they occasionally settle down and watch a little tv.
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Fact: Yes, you do.
- Giving doesn’t have to be giving money.
- Giving however often IS about the money.“Money money money, MONEY” —sorry had an “Apprentice” moment there. You know, the theme song?
Even on an incredibly limited income, you can give to meaningful purposes. And that is why I’m here, to find ways to give, even on a tight budget.
If you can’t put food on the table and are going a couple nights a week without dinner, you can’t give $10 to a charity. But you can do acts of service for others. It doesn’t cost you to offer to get the mail while your neighbor is out of town, or stick a kid’s hand-drawn thank you card in the mailbox for the mail carrier.
—TheBargainBabe blogs at Zucchini Summer about things like how to dance the macarena, teaching ideas, her sneaky dog, and limiting the amount of Christmas gifts. Eclectic, huh? Clearly her head is in the clouds. Her husband, 3 sons, and enormous puppy love her anyway.