thank you @meadowwalker
for nominating me to be a part of the do good challenge for the @paulwalkerfndn
this year has been difficult to say the least; it has brought on struggles that have forced me to be alone with my thoughts, which in turn has pushed me to learn a lot about myself and this world we’re all living in.
with the state of the world right now, as well the difficulties that come with being isolated and living through a pandemic, one thing that helps me when i’m at my very lowest (which i’ve seen a lot of this year tbh and i kind of think we all have) is to think about all the good I have in my life. i have my health, i have amazing friends. i read a statistic that i posted a while back that says if you have food to eat, clothes to wear, a roof over your head and a place to sleep, you are richer than 75% of the world. if you have money in your bank, your wallet, and some spare change, you are among 8 percent of the world's wealthy.
certain things in life - like our constant exposure to media and comparing ourselves to others - makes it so hard to remember how lucky it is to even have basic human necessities. Meadow and I ate lunch the other week and we found this lil sugar holder that said “it’s ok” and for some reason this cute little thing felt so important to us because sometimes we all just need a reminder that it’s gonna be ok.
when i launched my @elsieeats
clothing, the driving force behind it was that I’m lucky enough to be partnered with @doordash
to make it so that meals are donated to people who need them with each purchase.
i’m also so grateful for people like Meadow and everyone at the Paul Walker Foundation for wanting to #dogood
and allowing me to share how much it means to me to be able to help others with those meal donations, and to give other people an opportunity to do the same.
i nominate @gracieabrams @emkretz @madeleinebyrnee
to share an act of kindness, or even something as simple as telling ur people u love them and tag the @paulwalkerfndn