How to be An Awesome Neighbor

  1. Erin says:

    This is such good advice! We live in a condo, so our neighbors are very close by. It makes such a difference to have those friendly neighbors who know your name, say hi and ask how you’re doing. Thanks for sharing!

  2. These are such sweet ideas! We have some very nice neighbors and we try to do things for them (especially since they are older) when we can. You have motivated me to do something for them soon!

  3. Ana says:

    Such amazing advices. We live abroad, we are expats, but we also originally come from different countries, so building relationships with our neighbours is always on our minds. But we are lucky, there is a sense of community in our neighbourhood. Also because, every summer, a block party is organized, hence everyone is welcome to meet and greet the others.

  4. Jill says:

    This is such great advice. When we moved from the city out into the suburbs many of our neighbors surprised us with such sweet gestures. I felt like the grinch on the block. But we learned really quickly how to reciprocate that kindness and now we are the ones delivering cookies when a new neighbor moves in!

  5. We love our neighbor, I usually invite them for fire pit party or bbq party, or any get together party, and we take turn, it is fun to get to know neighbor, they also can help us to keep an eye of our house when we are away.

  6. Jo Morris says:

    Hi Haley,
    I love the description you have given of your childhood neighbourhood growing up!! It sounds idyllic and it’s obvious you have very fond memories! I too, have beautiful memories of “playing out” with friends and visiting neighbours. I have grown up and moved into what was my Nan’s house, so the home that my mum was born and grew up in – it has so many memories but unfortunately the area is quite run down and is mostly temporary accommodation now. Reading your article though, has reminded me that there are a few elderly people on my street who are probably feeling quite secluded and I think I’ll get the kids together and bake something nice to share. People around here are not very trusting so It will take a while, but I’m sure, with time – they’ll learn that I’m a “good egg” as my kids say! Thank you so much for the inspiration.

  7. What a great and thoughtful blog post. We have been fortunate to have (and try to be) similarly thoughtful neighbors and have borrowed jumper cables, moved furniture, swam in their pools, and pet sit. Just knowing people are looking out for you and your home makes a big difference in quality of life. : )

  8. These are great ideas! It really does make such a difference — emotionally, socially and intellectually — to feel like you live in a neighborhood full of friends instead of a neighborhood full of strangers!

  9. Jennifer says:

    These are great tips!!! One of my favorite things about our neighborhood is that we all wave at each other all the time. Even those of us who don’t know each other. We wave. It is so welcoming to drive home.

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