The North Texas Time Bank? There’s an app for that!

Well, folks, I’m back.

This past year has been a rough one — I got married AND divorced. I traveled on an incredible 6-week journey overseas. I began my third year teaching high school freshmen. I learned how to live alone (and clean the bathroom all by myself for the first time in almost five years). I leaned on friendships, and I learned to appreciate the loving communities around me even more than I did before.

Since the turning of the calendar year, I have felt empowered. Alive. Invigorated. Something inside me blossomed in the last year.

So, here I am. Rejuvenating one of my favorite community projects — The North Texas Time Bank. We fell off the face of the earth for a while. The leadership team changed and our member involvement perished after the fundraiser we hosted in the fall last year.

But we are back! And better than ever, as the saying goes…

Check out our website here, and find our new system for exchanges here. If you have a smart phone, search for the hOurWorld app and download it. Create an account (you can locate our time bank specifically when you do) and jump in.

If you were a member on the old system for exchanges, your account information has been transferred over with a default password. Shoot me a message if you have trouble logging in the first time.

There has never been a better time to get involved in your community. If you don’t know what time banking is, please ask! I would be delighted to explain over a cup of coffee or a local brew. You can also check out the links on our website here.

Nothin’ like a new love (yes, you read that right!) and a community project dear to the heart to make this gal feel like a new woman again.

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