SandwichINK on Social Media
Writers love to write and I am no exception. Once upon a time I decided to expand my writing universe and include writing for other sites as well as this blog. My first adventure was to start writing for eHow.com. eHow was an interesting site where people explained how to do a wide variety of things. It no longer exists, like so many other things including my grandkids fave – the dinosaur! It was replaced by other forms of what we now call social media, including on Facebook.
SandwichINK Multigenerational Care Topics
You’ll find me sharing info and resources for the Sandwich Generation at Facebook, Pinterest, and sometimes at Twitter. Topics include caregiving, grandparenting, granddogs, easy clothes for the elderly, aging in place, hospice, and more. Here are some of the recent posts.
SandwichINK on Facebook
Here’s an easy bread making recipe that would make fun and educational activities for grandparents and grandchildren. This could even be a good activity for elderly parents with dementia who want so desperately to help but often can’t do much.:
Easy clothes for seniors is a popular topic here at SandwichINK and here’s a post on Facebook about easy clothing for our elderly parents using magnetic buttons.
Long time readers know how I love to share Christian encouragement with all ages. Here’s one of the lovely Bible verses of encouragement for caregivers that I shared on Facebook that can also be a blessing for our elderly parents as well as our grandchildren.
Have you spotted my post about fun activities for senior citizens? As you can see, it includes ideas for a variety of ages and levels of care needed from young and active baby boomers all the way to elderly seniors dealing with dementia issues.
And, of course, as a real estate agent, I do love sharing aging in place tips in a variety of places including on Facebook!
@SandwichINK for the Sandwich Generation
I do hope you’ll give SandwichinkForTheSandwichGeneration at Facebook a try and that you’ll enjoy the articles and photos. Be sure to leave comments as well. It’s always a treat to hear from you!