Post-Christmas Resolution, Day 236 – Giving And Driving

(The next few days, I will be posting from the road as my son and I drive back from Iowa to Oregon. Tonight we are in Rapid City, South Dakota) 

I helped by giving some blog advice to them through

National Music Museum

I found it difficult to go above and beyond while giving my time today, as my son and I spent the day driving across Iowa and South Dakota. Why?

  • Driving isolated us from other people
  • We were not out walking around except at rest stops, which were ironically all clean.
  • Long distance driving is not something I do everyday, so spotting opportunities to give my time were not obvious.

So what to give?

Once we got to the hotel, I jumped online and checked out to see if I could help out any non-profits. Fortunately, I found which was looking for blog advice. I hope my suggestions helped a little.

A few other ways I tried to give back – driving courteously, slowing down in construction zones, being patient and talking a lot with my son. He even pulled out a guitar out and by only using two notes, he and I created goofy rap songs for an hour.

Oh, and we stopped at the Museum of Music in Vermillion, South Dakota. If you are ever in south eastern South Dakota, I’d highly recommend stopping.

About Eric Winger

Our perception of time is key to how we use our time. The most fundamental way to change that perception is to give our time. This opens us up to new opportunities and ideas from which we can build to really make a difference. ... Yes, we *do* have time to make a difference!
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