Support Small Businesses — Chronic Illness & Lifestyle

I’ve been really struggling with what to post today. I usually post a style or lifestyle blog post on Friday’s. I’m obviously a day late here. I thought when I woke up this morning I would know what I could blog about. I was struggling with do people want regular content and try-ons (from earlier […]

via Support Small Businesses — Chronic Illness & Lifestyle.

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7 Responses to Support Small Businesses — Chronic Illness & Lifestyle

  1. SLIMJIM says:

    Been trying to support small businesses at this time

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    • Me too. I know my Internet cafe is part of a major chain, but I support them as the cafe gets hours based on how much sales they do. I also support other local businesses that are hurting.

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        I am glad we are both doing the same thing!

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      • My 2nd/7th – 12th Grade house was on an ambulance route as well so I am used to the sirens. I may not know the needs of the siren call, but I know the Lord knows and that’s the important thing.

        For small businesses, I think it’s important to support them. A few in town have closed or will be closing soon. My father was a self-employed carpenter and he taught me through his actions, not his words, about why people did business with him. He may not have made huge profits, but he cared more about doing the job right the first time. That stuck with me. I enjoyed he didn’t charge what he could have as he cared more about helping people get the job done at a reasonable price.

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      • SLIMJIM says:

        What a man your father was

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      • He was. He was a great example of leading by example. Think he realized showing us how to behave and act was more effective than telling us. He still told us many things, but he followed up by doing what he said. We were poor, but his reputation was such he could get credit at hardware and paint stores because they knew he would pay even if he didn’t get paid.

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