It's been another grand and BUSY week full of excellent and interesting resources and info for all of us in the Sandwich Generation, juggling the varied issues that come with caring for our aging parents while raising children or babysitting our grandchildren. Check these out:
The Sandwich Generation Issues
This week's #ElderCareChat, Quality of Life for Caregivers, in addition to being very informative as always, really touched on many of the multigenerational caregiving issues we so often deal with. You can find the recap at Seniors For Living along with the link to the full transcript.
Our #ElderCareChat touched on this a bit, so I was interested to notice this article from Time Healthland, "Can Caring for Your Aging Parents Hurt Your Career — or Your Paycheck? Helpful tips on how to be there for your ill and aging parents, while protecting your job and the financial well-being of you and your family"
Boy – doesn't this headline resound with a lot of us? Caring for elderly parents catches many unprepared!
Are you feeling your age? Let me tell you, many times when I climb the stairs I gallop up them. But there are plenty of times when I climb them when I feel every single day of my life and then some! Here's some intriguing poems to remind us we're not alone in that!
My senior mom and I have continued enjoying our iPad Adventures! Have you seen my updated page on our latest app at Squidoo? What do you think?
Grandparents and Grandkids
Helping your grandkids with their homework? Sometimes, helping them to "stop and sleep on it" can enable more progress than keeping on!
Fun and High-Tech Activities for Grandkids and Grandparents!
Don't you love all the great resources and news for all of us boomers and seniors in the Sandwich Generation! These roundups are a regular part of SandwichINK, along with the tips and info I share at Pinterest, Twitter, Facebook, and G+, so be sure to follow me there and…
P.S. Thank you so much for your comments. I appreciate them very much and read each one. I also do my best to reply to them all but, as you can imagine, there are times (many times, lately :) ) when caregiving needs do not allow for that. Thank you for your patience and your sweet comments.