Most tasks are designed to be completed on your own, but you still can get help from your neighbors (this is one of the most important benefits of being part of a neighborhood), the newspaper, and Mary. The help can be both direct and indirect. For example: if you do not have enough seeds to plant, you can purchase more from an ad in the newspaper, or from neighbors’ markets; but you will have to be the one to plant them. If you have selected a task involving sending out trains, you can ask your friends to help you fill them up with goods.