Block Friday started as a way to remind ourselves that even as we begin the holiday shopping season in earnest, we can still be mindful of the way we’re spending our time and money. What are you Blocking Friday for this holiday season?
you don’t add to the clutter in their home they are (almost) guaranteed to love their gift you can broaden their minds as well as their horizons you can help less fortunate people you can encourage a healthier lifestyle
Prima di tutto, fermiamoci a riflettere su tutti i regali che facciamo per dovere, per mantenere le apparenze, perché si è sempre fatto. Perché “è Natale” (???). Per anticipare qualcuno che sicuramente ci farà un regalo a sua volta.
In a few days, the Season of Stuff will officially begin. During this season, we are actively encouraged to get more stuff, buy more stuff, give stuff to those we “love”, and be thankful for the stuff...
There’s one gift that’s more valuable than anything bought in a shop; more appreciated by its recipient than anything wrapped in pretty paper; and sure to be remembered for years to come. The best part: giving it won’t require a trip to the store, harm the environment, violate workers’ rights, contribute to the commercialization of our holidays, or clutter the recipient’s home.
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