I don't know if this is the right place to respond, but I don't want to leave you hanging. There are many ways to get oodles, including:
* Answering Oodles Bonus Trivia and Secret Word each Weekday. There are 5 trivia questions and 1 Secret Word asked throughout the day at midnight, 4 a.m., 8 a.m., noon, 3 p.m. (Secret Word), and 8 p.m. (all times are Eastern). These are worth 50 oodles each. There is also a Question of the Day asked EVERY day worth between 47-53 oodles.
* Leaderboards. Many games have leaderboards that you can get on by playing the games and scoring well enough to place in a spot that is awarded with oodles.
*Promotions: Listed under the tab "My GSN" you will see all promotions that are going on such as the Game of the Week/Month; Log-In Bonuses; Winner Wednesday; Weekend Warrior and various others... these games just need to be played to the specifications of the promo... you don't need to do well. LOL
*The Wonder Wheel: Each day for logging in, you receive a spin on the Wonder Wheel. If you play a game of Straws, you can also receive an additional spin per day. You use these spins to play the Wonder Wheel games for oodles.
* Looking for games like this one that GSN Angel posts periodically (there's one going on right now called "Word Association Game"). The oodles winners are usually picked at random but occasionally there is a creative aspect to the games and they are chosen specifically.
Off the top of my head, these are what I'm coming up with. I'm not being very specific and you may have many questions regarding the things I mentioned. If you do, go to any other thread listed under "Oodles Discussion" in the Oodles Forum, and ask there... (you can look for a thread titled "oodles" or something or you can start a new thread and ask for advice). I tried to find one where all the current information is listed but didn't really see one.
Hope this helps you for now to get started and welcome!
I usually carry a couple five dollar gift cards with little thank you notes. Any time I see a Soldier in Uniform I give it to them and thank them for their dedication. My notes usually read: "It's not much but I just wanted to Thank you for serving for our country." I had one soldier give me a hug after I gave him the card and note. It brightens up their day and hopefully reminds them that America appreciates them.
Doing something good to others makes me feel proud. Also when someone would help me out of a worst situation I feel grateful to that person. The phrase “thank you” can hold a great deal of emotional currency, when embraced in kindness. Being thankful for gifts received, services rendered and more reflects not only our level of respect, but how much we enjoy the people in our lives. Saying thank you through acts of kindness - with or without cold, hard cash - can make the world a better place. It doesn't specifically require grand gestures of good expense. Here are a few simple ways you are able to deliver a sincere “thank you.” You may read further: How to say thank you without breaking the bank
i'm planting a big vegetable garden for our neighborhood it's about 500ft x 150ft and have dug the whole thing out using a small spade because i have no shovel and 3 prong hand rake that has widdled it's way down to one prong. would be alot easier if i had the right tools for the job but i just want everyone to have fresh produce this summer since money is tight. I thought someone would help but maybe they think i'm doing it for myself. i can't wait to hand out the veggie baskets for them all.but they can harvest what they want themselves if they wish. wish i had enough space and energy to feed the world
I really like this one....... we should all practice random acts of kindness
Little things can be appreciated!
- When you put your money in one of those pay-to-use shopping carts... pass your cart onto someone else when you're done, without taking their quarter.
- Hold the door open for someone that's walking behind you, even if it means they get to be the next in line ahead of you.
- When you go through a drive-thru, tell the cashier you also want to pay for the person coming behind you. (might cost a few bucks sometimes, but it's always a nice surprise when they get to the cashiers window!)
- Cut your neighbor's lawn when you're doing your own. You have the lawn mower out anyways!
- If you're baking cookies or muffins, etc... make another dozen to take to that single mom or single dad in your neighborhood. They're likely busy taking care of so many other things, they might really appreciate the effort of some fresh home-baking.
- Ask an elderly person if they need help carrying their groceries, then don't take anything for doing it!
- Take the time and make the effort to put a positive comment card in the comment box for that grocery clerk or waitress that served you well! Even if you gave them a tip, it's a nice acknowledgment for their effort!
- Always be considerate of your neighbours! Keep your trees and hedges trimmed so they don't have to ask you to do it, especially if it's encroaching onto their property. And if they need help trimming or pruning their trees, shrubs or hedges, you can help them do theirs! (mending a fence, picking up garbage, etc... things that keep the whole neighborhood looking nice!)
- When you purchase a lottery ticket, buy an extra one to give to someone you see that looks like they could likely never buy one for themself.
- Next time you see a homeless person, instead of turning your face away or closing your eyes to the situation, go to the nearest cafe and buy them a sandwich & coffee and go back and give it to them. Then smile and just say, "It's on me!"
I try to be kind to people all the time. I have a friend who is out of work. So today I plan to take her to the store and buy her the necessaties she needs.
i would pay for the person behind me in line their groceries.
My neighbor is elderly and not in good health, I contacted Meals on Wheels and told them about her, now she gets a hot meal every day, Monday thru Friday. I also signed her up at our local food bank and I drive her there every week to get the food. When I get my groceries, I always buy her several 6 packs of Ensure. I lost my Mother who lived with me to a stroke 6 months ago and my neighbor Alice reminds me so much of my own Mom. I have made it a point to 'adopt' Miss Alice and do all I can to make her life easier. She has had a hard life, she's already lost 7 of her 12 children and the ones that are living don't live anywhere close to her so I feel blessed to be able to help her all I can. Yesterday I took her some okra and she hugged my neck. That made my day!