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Box Up Leftovers

Box Up Leftovers

Instead of taking leftovers home to have them spoil, consider giving it to someone in need.

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“Like,” “Share,” or comment on your friend’s business content.

It’s easy, free, and strengthens your friendship, and their business.

Many of us accumulate nickels and dimes that end up in forgotten places.

Collect coins in a ziplock bag and give it away to someone with a genuine need.

If you’re walking by a piece of trash, toss it in the nearest can. Every bit adds up over time.

Show generosity to your community and the Earth.

When you order from Amazon, use “smile.amazon.com.” 

You choose the charity, and they donate a portion of your eligible orders at no cost to you. 

The practice involves committing to one 5 minute favor a day. 

Doing one a day instills a habit of giving that benefits more than just the recipient.

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