While we celebrate Christmas and New Year this holiday season by stuffing ourselves with food and maybe even wasting some of that food you can’t eat, before taking too much food think of all the people in the world that goes hungry because they don’t have food to eat and they might be even homeless.
When I looked at the charts I was in absolute awe. So many people in poverty and going hungry. Below are some things we all can do to help.
Maybe if everyone would adopt just 1 person and send some food, a nice warm blanket to somebody who needs it you can help one person at a time. If you can get someone into a shelter for a while even better. I know there are organizations who send care packages, there are some where you adopt a platoon and of course there is Marine Toys For Tots. So once the Christmas gifts are unwrapped and the celebrating is done take some time out of your day to help the people who really need it.
I’m not say quit baking but if you do bake during the Christmas and New Years Season when you bake something for your double the batch and make a batch for someone who really needs help. If you can’t cook well that’s OK because you can help out by sending care packages, helping serve food to the hungry, help out at a food pantry and etc… There are so many ways you can help.
My post has been all about people so far but we must not forget about the animals who need a forever home, need food and water, need saving from being killed. So if you are getting a gift for yourself this Christmas and New Years Season there is so much you need to know and do before getting that pet. What should you know? A few things you should consider before getting a pet is:
- If you have kids do research on what breed is best for kids.
- Consider unexpected vet bills.
- Make sure you get pet insurance(it’s worth it).
- Make sure you get your pet microchipped.
- Make sure you start looking for a pet to rescue or adopt at a reputable shelter.
- If you get a kitten, make sure they’re not flea dipped to early(always let a vet flea dip your kitten instead of a person at the shelter).
There are so many more points to research and do when you decide to get that pet it will just boggle your mind.
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