- Toothpick: to remind you to pick the good qualities in everyone, including yourself.
- Rubber band: to remind you to be flexible, life is forever changing.
- Band-Aid: to remind you to heal hurt feelings, either yours or someone else’s.
- Eraser: to remind you everyone makes mistakes; we learn by our errors.
- Heart token: to remind you everyone needs a hug or compliment every day.
- Mint: to remind you that you are worth a mint to your family and friends.
- Gum: to remind you to stick with it, with God’s help you can accomplish anything.
- Soup spoon: to remind you when you are in the soup, you need to recognize it and ask God for help.
- Pencil: to remind you to list your blessings every day.
- Tea bag: to remind you to take time to relax daily and go over that list of God’s blessings. This is what makes life worth living every minute, every day.
Do you use Amazon.com for purchases? You should be aware that Amazon also connects to third party sellers. Most are legitimate sellers, but scammers lurk in the marketplace. These scammers will try to get you to make purchases outside the normal Amazon.com process.
How to protect yourself:
– Only pay for items you are considering through Amazon.com on the Amazon.com website.
– Read reviews. If a seller has tried to scam someone, chances are good its reviews will reflect that.
– If you run into trouble with a third party seller on Amazon.com, make use of the Amazon A-to-Z Guarantee, which guarantees purchases from third party sellers when payment is made on the Amazon.com website.
Happy, safe shopping!!
(excepted from AARP fraud watch network)