Interesting tips, links, and information from Twitter for the Sandwich Generation including caregivers, grandparents, & info about Swine Flu.
Today is Current Events Thursday for the Sandwich Generation and I am writing about a lesser known, not stupendously huge, but somewhat irritating event that is currently happening, maybe even in your very own email box! Twice in the last month I have received very nice invitations from people who “added you as a friend […]
Caregivers can save time and be more efficient by texting their own email. Texting is not only easier then entering it directly into the cell phone calendar, but you have a copy of it in the send file on your cell phone and your home email as well. Great idea for caregivers of aging parents and grandkids!
My favorite book from my childhood is Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. It’s a great children’s book to share with our grandkids today as well. Even though it’s definitely from another era, that genre is still quite popular. Look at movies such as Pride and Prejudice , along with Sense and Sensibility . They […]
Swine Flu Updates for Caregivers: It’s going to be very important for caregivers to monitor the Swine Flu situation. WHO (World Health Organization) raised the pandemic flu alert level to 4 . Grandkids and Grandparents: For all those who are helping with homeschooled grandkids, you’ll find this quite interesting – 10 Homeschooled Celebrities . Here’s […]
Autism Awareness Day was April 2, but Autism Awareness Month continues through the whole month of April. Autism continues to increase and to make news headlines every month but April is a time to really focus on the issue. I thought it would make an excellent topic for this week’s Thursday Current Events Meme as […]
I have been involved in a Bible study focusing on various prophetic books of the Bible for the last couple of years. Last year we studied Daniel, using Kay Arthur’s Precepts material. This past week, we began the Book of Revelation, again using Precepts material. It’s been a fascinating journey that I continue to enjoy. […]
Caregiving for those with chronic illnesses can be especially difficult. Most of us can handle helping for a short term. But chronic means long-term, on-going. It can mean months, years, or even decades of helping a loved one with health issues that can get worse, and rarely get better. When I helped my mom and […]
CAREGIVING’S PROGRESSIVE PARTY PARTICIPANTS: Welcome to SandwichINK . This site is written with the Sandwich Generation in mind. My goal is the encourage you and inform you as you go about your daily tasks. If you are a caregiver for an elderly parent, still taking care of a child and/or helping take care of grandkids, […]