Help Someone With Yard Work
Doing yard work can be a very tiring task, especially for someone who is elderly or has a physical disability. It can also be time-consuming, which might make it hard for someone who works several jobs or who has small children to maintain their yard. Why not help a family member, friend or neighbor with a chore like raking leaves, mowing the lawn, cleaning the deck or doing another task?
Sometimes just an extra hand to help with something like yard work can make someone’s life easier. Helping someone with chores is a great free way to let them know you care about them. Plus, just knowing that you’ve helped someone can be extremely gratifying.
Step It Up
If you want to go the extra mile, you can volunteer your services to the elderly or disabled in your neighborhood one day every month. Gather a team of friends to help you.
Keep It Simple
Kids can help their parents by being willing to do chores like raking the leaves, without complaining or procrastinating.
- Are you eager to get started helping someone with yard work? Cick here for some tips to get you started.
- Here’s a touching story about how people in Seattle are helping their elderly neighbors stay in their homes by assisting them with yard work and other tasks.
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i have been doing this all my life but the benifits is awesome its part of my thinking Gerry from Australia
I like to do it with my friends because it makes it fun J from Orange Beach, Alabama
I think you should help them out because if they have more than one job and doesn't have time, you should give them a helping hand if you don't have to do anything on you're spare time. Joseph Ted from Echo Lake
Help the elderly ...what is a small task for you is a great help to them...love thy neighbors Dot from Erlanger, Ky.