Let’s Stamp This Thoughtful for Your Elderly Relative
“Oh Honey, don’t buy me anything. I don’t have anyplace to put it,” said my grandma whenever I asked how I could help her. I knew her budget was tight and wanted to help, but I could never get her to tell me anything she could really use. I finally came up with a cute […]
Blog Action Day – Poverty
I just found out that today is Blog Action Day. That’s a day where all bloggers are encouraged to write about the same subject. Today that subject is poverty and I’m going to look at it from the eyes of a Sandwich Generation grandparent. Poverty is a global problem. According to UNICEF, 26,500-30,000 children die […]
Computers Need Caregiving Too
Caregivers have too little free time as it is, so practicing safe computing is vital.
Eldercare, Doctors, and You
Schedules are crammed for the Sandwich Generation but it’s vital for caregivers to go to doctor, and other appointments with our aging parents.
Movie spoilers are great for caregivers and grandparents. God loves spoilers too. When fear takes over, we can go the the ultimate spoiler resource – the Bible.
Autumn is a fun time to share God’s love with our grandkids, whether part of a home schooling program or just having fun building memories.
Caregiving’s Moments of Joy
Caregiving is highlighted by special moments. Whether you are caring for an elderly loved one, a sweet grandchild, a dear friend who is ill, or in the case of those of us of the Sandwich Generation, two or more of these, you may find periods of your life when you have long stretches of mundane, […]
Items to Keep in a Bag for a Quick Trip to the Hospital
The Sandwich Generation issues of caring for elderly parents and grandkids can include unexpected trips to the hospital. A list of what to pack is a big help!