Caregiving Chat About Microwaves, Pacifiers, and Encouragement
Discussing caregiving tips for elderly parents and safer microwaves along with fun mustache pacifiers for grandkids along with sweet encouragement.
Christmas Smiles and Caregiving Progressive Holiday Blog Party
Advent devotions for boomers and seniors, Christmas coloring pages for all ages, iPad tips for elderly parents, & the Caregiving Progressive Holiday Blog Party
A Sweet Alternative to Coffee With a Boost For a Caregivers’ Energy
Need extra caffeine but don’t like coffee? Me too! But I do love hot chocolate and I found one with as much caffeine as a cup of coffee. Sweet!
Welcome to the Caregiving Holiday Progressive Blog Party 2013 at SandwichINK
Join the 2013 Caregiving.com Holiday Progressive Blog Party – meet caregivers everywhere including SandwichINK for the Sandwich Generation
Holiday Tips and Blog Parties for the Sandwich Generation
Looking for ways to destress the holidays a bit to make caregiving a bit simpler? And have fun with the grandkids? Join SandwichINK…
Autumn is Back! Fall Foliage Fun and Easy Crafts for Grand kids and Seniors!
Autumn bliss! Some fun and easy fall crafts for kids and seniors to enjoy together. Gather the grandkids and have fun!
Multigenerational Science Fun From Senior Mom on Down to the Grandkids
All kinds of multigenerational fun in our Sandwich Generation family-science fair projects to senior gardening to easy crafts for seniors & grand kids.
A Caregiver Stress Relief Break for the Sandwich Generation
Caregiver stress can come from all of the Sandwich Generation issues-from deadlines for those science fair projects to senior parents in the hospital…
Gotta Love the Sweetly Intertwined Sandwich Generation Issues
The Sandwich Generation issues of life have plenty of not-so-rosy aspects. It’s a joy to look at some of the positive sides!
Resource-full Baby Boomer and Senior Citizen News From Twitter and ElderCareChat
In the baby boomer generation and caring for elderly parents? Looking for news and information about transitioning them to a higher care?