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.
Now, for $9.99, you can have glitter sent directly to your enemies.
It’s time. If you are ready, willing, and prepared, please drop into the comment box the answers to these questions.
DON’T buy on impulse. DO wear a funny hat.