Christmas fun with long distance game ideas for the grandkids & uplifting music & words of encouragement for caregivers as well as boomers & seniors
Pain and Suffering is Inevitable, Especially for the Sandwich Generation! So What Do We Do About It?
I love Kay Arthur books. When the Hurt Runs Deep deals with a topic of concern to all, including Christian Sandwich Generation caregivers – pain and suffering!
As a grandparents, it is vital for me to be vigilant as I care for my grandkids – both for my grand-toddlers and my grandkids in their home schooling program.
Welcome to SandwichINK and Microblog Monday. This is the weekly recap of all the interesting and informative new links concerning the Sandwich Generation , including caregiving, grandparenting, grandkids, etc. that I’ve discovered on Twitter. Since the first item is the Swine Flu and I have several links for that, I’ll actually be doing this post […]
Tips to help the Sandwich Generation relax, caregivers travel tips, Info for grandparents and grandkids, aging parents, Alzheimer’s Disease, and so much more.
Hello to all of you in the Sandwich Generation. It’s time, again, to check out the resources I discovered for you this week at Twitter. Some are dealing with caregiving, some with grandparenting, some with tech info, and some are just plain random. For instance, did you know Marinara simply means ‘sailors style?’ Spanish sailors […]
As a caregiver, I spend a lot of time waiting. Whether it’s in a doctor’s office, therapist’s office, school pick-up line, or the post office line, it can get a little boring if there’s nothing to do. Most of the time you can find me writing, reading, or researching. Once in a while though, I […]
Did you know that Weather.com not only tells you the weather report? They have a flu report option as well. I just checked and, as you may have guessed, it’s not a pretty picture. Looking at the entire U.S. in a color code ranging from green to dark red, green means no flu activity and […]
Do you read every single piece of mail you get as soon as you get it? Even when you or a loved one are ill, just had a baby, are in the middle of a move, or are just plain overwhelmed with juggling everyone’s schedules? Be honest now. 🙂 I may be smiling, but I’m […]