3 Ways to Make a Difference

All too often, it seems that there are things happening around the world that we can’t do anything about. With nearly constant access to the internet, everyone is inundated with news updates on the atrocities around the world that are seemingly endless and of which we are powerless to do anything about. This can take an obvious emotional toll on the individual, and long-term health issues can result from that building anxiety that underlies your everyday basic interactions. However, there are ways that you can start gaining momentum in helping the world around you, practicing the art of becoming a better person, and releasing the stress and anxiety about the issues happening around the world by getting involved in your communities and making a difference in those events. Here are just a few ways you can start becoming involved in the world around you and making a difference.


If you have the funds, donating to the cause you care most about is a great way to make a difference. Take Stefan Soloviev, who, when watching the atrocities committed during the Ukrainian-Russian war, donated one million dollars to the Ukrainians to help alleviate the devastation. If you don’t have the financial backing to donate money, donating your time is another great option to help with the causes that you care most about. 


While most of the issues happening on a global scale can be too difficult to help with when you’re in a different part of the world, helping your personal community by joining volunteer events by donating your time to volunteering will help establish a stronger community network. This is one of the best options for people looking to increase their awareness of the communities that they live in, help underprivileged communities, and can be great for networking and keeping informed about the issues happening near you. 



Another option for improving the world you live in is to vote. This can happen in multiple ways, but staying informed and up-to-date on the issues happening in your community, on a global scale, and nationally can help you decide what candidate best represents the interests that you care most about. You can also vote with your dollar and with your voice. Pay attention to the stores that you shop at, the products that you buy, and the people that you spend your time with. If you want to make a difference, it is crucial to know about the world, stay informed, and share that information. Vote with your dollar to make better decisions as you live your everyday life.