Less energy for transport, more jobs in your local economy. Win Win.
In our education system, it tends to be the first thing cut from kid’s programs, but the arts – performance, musical and visual/studio arts – provide incredible enrichment and therapy to peoples lives regardless of your culture, socio-economic status, beliefs, or your mental, emotional or physical state.
Show support today by attending a show, taking in some fine art, or going to a concert… or do an art related project at home. During the holiday season, there is plenty of creativity to experience. Enjoy and value it!
Saves energy and money… and it’s easy to do. Keep the heat off or low especially when it may not be necessary to have your home warm such as while you are away at work or sleeping at night. 🙂
It’s always fun to write out your Santa list of things you want and share with any family and friends who may request it, but along with your letter to Santa, write out a list of all the people and places to which you would like to give. A tradition I plan to start with my kids, before we even get to Santa’s letter. 🙂
After taking some time off to put together a proposal for a kid’s book (one of my own One Change’s I wanted to fulfill!), I am back to finish up the year with more ideas on making one change per day. Hope you will join me!
Being positive does amazing things for you not only mentally and emotionally, but physically as well. Google being positive and living longer, and you will find a host of research to support the theory. Remain positive in all matters today. 🙂
Inspired by my wonderful mommy friend, Linda :)… If you happen to get take out that comes in a plastic container that can be reused, wash and save it for future use. For example, when you are sending home goodie bags of leftovers for family and friends. I use some plastic containers for craft and art supplies as well.