Act 114

Go to a community meeting

If you live in a small town as a do, nary a week goes by that there’s isn’t a community meeting that needs attending to – a board meeting, a meeting meeting, an general meeting, a school meeting. There’s no end to meetings it seems.

Meetings are a great social venue – where you can stay connected with your community and do some good. It keeps you in touch with friends and neighbours and help build important bonds.

Plus, there’s usually great snacks on offer. So it’s cheap and cheerful and time well spent. Debt defying is as much about how you spend your time as your money – so don’t hide in your house because you can’t afford a night out. Put yourself out there, meet new people, do some good and have some fun. It’s worth every minute.

2 thoughts on “Act 114

  1. Good Act today Louise! Yes, it costs v. little/nothing to meet the neighbours, join in on activities such as community bbq’s, etc. I live in a mobile home park and once/year we have a bbq/pot luck, and it is nice. You can walk to the party place, BYOB, and talk w/people you don’t mormally talk to. And, it is a good way to “network”.


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