How-to-Make-Someone-Smile

How to Make Someone Smile

Showing family and friends how much you care is important, and often times, sweet, simple gestures do just the trick. Finding a great way to help, whether it takes a little more time or a bit of extra effort, adds some spring to your own step, too. So when you feel inspired to reach out, begin by thinking of these neighbourly ideas.


Handmade Gifts A Plenty
Make someone smile with a meaningful collection of practical and inexpensive items. Think about a friend’s hobby or interest then put together a handful of relevant homemade gifts that she can put to good use. For example:

For the “ Eco Warrior”: She’s always up-to-date on the most eco friendly solutions, and always has the prettiest  handcrafted items around. For this friend, try a hamper of all their favourite tasty wholesome and natural foods.

For the “Spa Girl”: You know she loves her manicures but she’s put the appointments on hold to stay on budget. Assemble a manicure kit so she can still treat herself at home.

For the “ Job Seeker”: Create a tool kit complete with a business card holder, appointment book, mints, and a coffee shop gift card. Or give her a break by offering to watch the kids while she interviews.

For a “Helpful Housewarming”: Be a thoughtful friend or neighbour with  useful housewarming  gifts. Welcome Neighbours Home with easy recipes, sweet personalised stationery, address labels and  gift  vouchers to a local store or restaurant. You’ll make new friends in no time!

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Organise a Clothes Swap Party
These days, everyone is on the lookout for great ways to shop without breaking the bank. Help out by hosting a Swap Party, a simple way for finding something new to you. Invite friends over and ask them to be armed with clothes and even furniture, or home décor items. Once everyone has arrived and displayed their wares, trade items for items. No money is exchanged but no one walks away empty handed, either. When the party’s over, donate any unclaimed pieces to a local charity.

Hold a Study Group
Find time to re-connect with friends by volunteering your house as a study group headquarters. While the kids study away or work on a group project you can enjoy some adult time and catch up on all the latest news and gossip while also providing homework troubleshooting when needed.

Group study sessions are particularly helpful with big or on-going projects like a science fair, class presentations or school performances.

Make-Together Meals
Make cooking a community affair. Host monthly meal-making get-togethers with friends, family or neighbours and invite everyone to bring key ingredients. Enjoy assembling meals together then distribute your culinary creations for everyone to take home with them.

Whether it’s with perfect  handmade gifts, simple baked goods, or just 15 minutes of your time, friends and family are sure to notice the hand you played in making everyone’s day brighter. After all, it’s the little things that count.

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