Sandwich Gen’s Baby Boomers are Aging Gracefully

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Thank you for sharing…Many of the Sandwich Generation are also Baby Boomers. This means that we are in our 50s and 60s. According to news reports I’ve read, 60 is the new 40! I’ve always believed that old age is aways 15 years older than your own current age. I like both of those concepts. […]

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As this cute country clipart illustrates I consider AAA roadside assistance clubs plan as valuable as medical alert systems devices for both the elderly senior citizens AND myself - my knights

Caregivers’ Knights Make Frugal Sense

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Turns out AAA Auto Clubs aren’t just great for their roadside assistance clubs plans and programs – they can save the Sandwich Generation money as well!

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Talk about easy cookie recipes for kids - great for baking activities for grandparents and their grandchildren

Happy Thanksgiving Baking – The Sandwich Generation Way

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For those of you who, like me, are too busy with senior home care to spend hours prepping, we can also make fun sugar cookie memories with our grandkids…

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A Different Style of Bible Study

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Unique verse by verse Bible studies can help the busy Sandwich Generation stick to their plan of daily time in the Word of God – a great way to care for the caregiver!

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Happy Thanksgiving – Christmas is A’Comin’

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Thank you for sharing…My grandkids and I were out shopping at Joann’s. We discovered some fun Christmas projects to start working on now – and they were on sale! Joann’s had really cute wooden ornaments on sale for 40% off. From angels to Nativities and snowmen to teddies, there were all sorts of fun ones […]

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Long term care resources for the Sandwich Generation via Christian blogger and caregiver Kaye Swain in Roseville CA

Long Term Care Advice from Kiplinger

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Thank you for sharing…Long Term Care can be very expensive. Even if your elderly parent lives with you, there are still going to be extra costs. Medicine, equipment, nursing help, housekeeping help, and more. Long Term Care Insurance can be a wise choice for some families, some might say many families. I appreciate that my […]

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Give a Hand to Thanksgiving Fun With Grandchildren

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Fun kids’ projects for celebrating Thanksgiving that also make great holiday arts and crafts ideas for senior citizens.

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Crockpots are a big help for the Sandwich Generation multigenerational caregiver

Sandwich Generation Using Crockpots to Save Time and Money Cooking

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Thank you for sharing…Fun Frugal Website One of the fun “jobs” that writing this blog requires is to peruse dozens of different websites, blogs, magazines, etc. to find great information to share with you. One site that I’ve discovered and enjoy is The Lean Green Family. There she wrote a post entitled frugal meal planning tips […]

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Prepare for Worship

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Thank you for sharing…Leaving the house too early yesterday, I wound up listening to a sermon on my iPod instead. I really enjoyed it. There was one point, in particular, that really caught my attention. The pastor talked about preparing to worship before you ever get to church. He suggested that we would be wise […]

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Links for Caregivers

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Thank you for sharing…Got some great links for caregivers. Have fun doing some web-surfing with purpose. The Arthritis Foundation has ten excellent ways to protect your joints which is especially important for caregivers or their elderly relatives who have arthritis – http://www.arthritis.org/protect-your-joints.php  Yummy – the Diabetic Gourmet Magazine has some tasty looking recipes along with […]

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