Be A Good Neighbor: Part 2

Be a good neighbor


Being a good neighbor is more than just keeping your lawn manicured and waving hello once in a blue moon. It’s about being the type of neighbor that even Mr. Rogers would have been proud to live next to. So, how do you become the cream of the crop when it comes to neighborliness? Here are some tips to help you be the neighbor you would want to have: 


Be a friendly face

You don’t have to host weekly potlucks or bake everyone cookies (although it wouldn’t hurt), but being friendly and approachable can go a long way in creating a sense of community. Take the time to say hello and ask how your neighbors are doing. And if you see someone struggling with groceries or yard work, offer to lend a hand.


Keep your property in check.

We get it; you love your overgrown jungle of a backyard. But your neighbors might not appreciate it as much. Keeping your property tidy and well-maintained shows respect for your home and your neighbors as well. Plus, it makes it easier for them to invite you over for a BBQ without navigating through a minefield of garden gnomes.


Listen up

Being a good neighbor also means being a good listener. If your neighbor has a concern or complaint, listen to them and try to work together to find a solution that works for everyone. And if you’re the one with a concern, approach the situation with kindness and respect (and maybe a batch of those cookies we mentioned earlier).



In short, being the neighbor you want to have means being respectful, friendly, and considerate. So, take a page from Mr. Rogers’ book and be the neighbor that makes your community a better place to live! 


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