Let’s say I have more disposable income in 10 years, and the Pacific Northwest hasn’t been crushed by a wall of water. That’s when I get to start giving back, right?
It’s the unspoken rules that are tricky. I don’t charge for our space and I won’t take money if you offer, but I do have expectations.
I had never felt as much like I really had money as I did when I began sharing it with my family.
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Do small gifts help, or are they more of a hinderance, because they cost as much to process as larger gifts but are far less valuable?
Six years ago, none of my peers had anything extra to give. Now, I feel like I missed an important part of adulthood. I want to be able to host people and cook for people and share my extra things.
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It’s time. If you are ready, willing, and prepared, please drop into the comment box the answers to these questions.