- Step 1: Host a party Host a housewarming party. Invite your neighbors, family, and friends for a friendly get-together.
- TIP: Ask guests to bring a dish. Potluck dinners make everyone feel more connected to the party.
- Step 2: Hold a garage sale Initiate a neighborhood garage sale. Being an organizer provides an excuse to talk to neighbors.
- Step 3: Create a neighborhood watch Organize a neighborhood watch. If one is already in place, get involved.
- TIP: In addition to being a great way to meet your neighbors, a neighborhood watch helps to create a safer environment for all of you.
- Step 4: Spark up a conversation Spark up a conversation. Ask about the schools, where to find the tastiest burger, or for a cup of sugar. Invite them over for coffee or a glass of wine.
- Step 5: Organize a block party Organize a block party.
- Step 6: Help Help your neighbor by carrying groceries, mowing the lawn, or plowing the snow. Helping each other is a great way to break the ice and put a smile on their face.
- FACT: As of April 2009, the most visited social-networking site was MySpace, followed by Facebook.
You Will Need
- Organizational skills