Slay Say

Good morning SLAYER! The question isn’t “what can I achieve?” but “what can I contribute?” New blog goes up Tuesday, until then… SLAY on!

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Slay It Forward

When he saw the “2020 Grad” signs on their lawns, US Postal Service worker Josh Crowell knew he wanted to lift the spirits of these graduating high school seniors who wouldn’t be able to walk across the stage with their classmates because of the coronavirus pandemic. He started leaving $5 Dunkin’ Donuts gift cards in […]

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Slay It Forward

Lucy Blaylock committed herself to volunteering when she was 8 years old. Now a fifth-grader at Union Elementary School in Gallatin, the 11-year-old is an award-winning, world-known volunteer. And in the midst of an ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Lucy, who was recently honored in the Prudential Spirit of Community Awards, is shifting her focus to mask-making […]

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Farmworkers in Watsonville, California, known as America’s strawberry capital, will look up from the fields on Saturday to see a line of cars honking, waving, holding posters and shouting “thank you” in several languages. The campesino, or farmworker, “appreciation caravans” started last weekend, the brainchild of several activists — some of them the children of […]

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Reuben Goodman’s parents had to think fast and get creative when the COVID-19 pandemic scuppered their plans to throw a New Jersey bowling party to celebrate their son’s fifth birthday. Emily and Dan Goodman instead decided to combine a variety of coronavirus-safe activities for their son, an avid Star Wars fan. The day includes a […]

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While it may be heartbreaking to cancel your wedding due to the pandemic, the staff members of the Royal London Hospital emergency department were more than grateful to receive the decorations and food from the called-off celebration. “Thank you, thank you, thank you,” a representative for the hospital wrote on Twitter. “Such acts of kindness […]

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Slay Say

Good morning SLAYER! When we graciously accept, both parties are blessed. New blog goes up Tuesday, until then… SLAY on!

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Accept The Gifts

For many of us, it isn’t easy asking for help or accepting it, and during this time it’s near impossible to do everything on our own. The circumstances in which we live make it very difficult to never find ourselves in a position to ask for help. I’ve written before that it’s OK to ask […]

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Giving Rather Than Getting

We all like getting things, and before I began to walk the path I am on now my motives for doing most things were focused on what I could get rather than what I could give. My mind always weighed the effort versus result, and I always had an expectation of what I wanted as […]

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