Day 137 of #LiveWell2017 Have a pint, change the world! Last night I had the opportunity to volunteer at the Oregon Public House in support of The Children's Book Bank. It was my first visit to the Oregon Public House (OPH), and now that I understand their story and have seen how they work, I … Continue reading Eat, drink, give
Day 120 of #LiveWell2017 Where did April go? How can we be 1/3 of the way through 2017 already? Wow! Here is a recap of all the April #LiveWell2017 graphics... thanks for reading and sharing. If you have any suggestions for topics or ideas you want to explore during May, post them in the comments!
Day 108 of #LiveWell2017 There is no greater gift to give someone than your time and attention. Just ask any kid who's parents work. In today's busy world, time seems to be the one thing we never have enough of. But even when we are together with those we love, are we really giving them our attention? … Continue reading Give your time and attention #generosity
Day 107 of #LiveWell2017 These days there is no easier way to give than by the click of a mouse or the touch of a finger to a screen. Giving can be automated through recurring donations to your favorite charity or made easy by the click of a "Take Action" button on an activist website. Here are … Continue reading Click to give #generosity
Day 106 of #LiveWell2017 There are a lot of great books that can inspire us to be more generous. Here are five of my favorites. I encourage you to read them, and get inspired to give. Children's books The Quiltmaker's Gift by Jeff Brumbeau and Gail de Marken - this is by far my favorite kid's book about … Continue reading Five books that will inspire you to give
Day 105 of #LiveWell2017 You may have heard that old saying, "One man's trash is another man's treasure." Well, it's true. Something you may not need or want anymore could make a big difference in someone else's life. Whether we're cleaning out our closets or pulling up old carpet, you'd be surprised how many ways … Continue reading Trash = treasure #generosity
Day 104 of #LiveWell2017 Being generous is about giving of yourself. If you don't have a lot of money to give, then your skills are your currency. Everybody has skills. Using them to help others is a special way to give. Good with your hands? How about helping to build a Habitat for Humanity house? Knit … Continue reading Got skills? Give them away…