Make a Difference in a Minute (or less)!

Every Monday I post a way that you can make a difference in a minute or less, ranging from free to no more than $20. Some of the tips are going to be things you have heard of, but hopefully more often than not it is something new!

MDM Tip #68: 

5 uses for your junk mail/old newspapers: wrapping paper, packing paper, scratch paper, animal bedding, book covers

5 thoughts on “Make a Difference in a Minute (or less)!

  1. I’ve started using newspaper to wrap gifts, and I really like the way it looks. I just add a little ribbon to brighten it up.


  2. Dear Rick (?) and Abbie,Congratulations to both of you. You are one special colpue and have a beautiful family. I am so glad that you are Christians and love the Lord. You will always be blessed. Even though Timothy is 22 now I still enjoy watching your beautiful son grow and develop. He happens to be one of the cutest little guys I have ever seen. He does remind me a lot of Timothy when he was little. We will see what happens in the next 21 or so years. Timothy will be 23 in January. Thanks Abbie for taking time out of your busy schedule to compliment Timothy on his baby picture. Gotta run, We have to do dishes and get to bed so that we will be fresh to go to church tomorrow. Blessings on the extreme joy which you are experiencing. It is really hard to believe but my husband Dave and I have been married 39 years. Doesn’t seem possible. He has been in the ministry since 1984. He went to Concordia Theological Seminary in Ft. Wayne, IN. It has been a sometimes awesome time and at other times very frustrating. We are all human and no one is perfect. Welcome into the fold of Christ’s ministers of faith.


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