My husband and I are blessed with a wonderful family and more friends than we can count. When it comes to economic status, those family members and friends span the full spectrum, from barely getting by to serious wealth and everything in between.

Recently I read a couple of blogs on Money Saving Mom that were rich with advice on how those of us who are materially fortunate can share what we have in a way that allows us the joy of giving, preserves the dignity of the recipients and lets everyone focus on what’s truly important about our relationship.

I want to share those with you:

How to Bless the Less Fortunate (without making them feel like a heel) part 1

Growing up, my family vacationed in 5-star hotels and spent more at a single meal in a gourmet restaurant than my husband and I currently spend on groceries for an entire month! Needless to say, the disparity between my financial situation and that of others in my family has led to some pretty awkward situations.

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How to Bless the Less Fortunate (without making them feel like a heel) part 2

When someone you love has a tight budget, it can be hard to know the best way to help lighten the load or otherwise bless them — especially if you’ve never been there. Here are some tips to help you understand how you can help:

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As always, I welcome your thoughts. Please comment below.

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Jacquelyn Lynn

Jacquelyn Lynn is an inspirational author, business writer and ghostwriter whose credits include more than 30 traditional books, 3,000+ magazine articles, ebooks, blogs, white papers, and more.

She is the author of Words to Work By: 31 devotions for the workplace based on the Book of Proverbs and Finding Joy in the Morning: You can make it through the night. She is also the co-creator of several coloring books for adults.
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