At a time when many people are expressing lack–lack of work, sundries, hand sanitizer, or a good haircut–I’m surprised to hear people say “….timebanking is a nice idea, but that’s not how the real world works.” Why not? Maybe social
How can you timebank while sheltering-in-place? Think â€œservicesâ€.Â Earn/spend hours engaging in education:Â teach/learn to interpret art from a diversity of communities, to read music, to speak Spanish, to communicate with American Sign Language, or to sharpen your cooking skills.
Crises bring stress and impact your well-being–health, financial, emotional, social, spiritual–and can extend to impact your immediate and global communities. There are many ways to use your Timebank to cope when you are in a crisis. First, update your profile
Iâ€™m bemused when timebankers tell me that they donâ€™t have time to timebank. Who has more time than a timebanker? You earn time doing things for others, and you can spend time you donâ€™t have because time debt is permitted.
Stephanie Rearick spoke at the Omni about a worldwide MAN called HUMANs that helps organize MANs in communities while she worked in her community to transform the Social Justice Center into a Mutual Aid Workspace: â€œCollectively, our vision for
2014 Slow Living Breakout Session: Edgar Cahn, Time Banking No more throwaway people â€” Our economy doesnâ€™t value such core activities as home care, community service, social justice activism and skill sharing. Time Banking addresses that crucial unmet need. In