By Dennis Miller
Many grandparents are afraid they simply won’t be able to retire – or stay retired – when and how they planned. We can talk about retiring later, taking a part-time job, and cutting back on expenses, but those are only partial solutions. Of the seniors who are still working, very few are [...]
(Editor’s Note: I saw this in the Wall Street Journal today and just had to share)
By Liz Peterson Weiss
I imagined retirement being many things—but not teacher conferences, appointments with pediatricians and soccer games.
At age 64, I am a member of an unconventional club: grandparents raising grandchildren. The Census Bureau estimates there are [...]
Since its release in 2010 the iPad has enjoyed immense popularity and millions have been sold worldwide. But what is an iPad exactly? The iPad is a tablet computer with a screen size of 9.7 inches, about the size of a comic book. You can use it to surf the Internet, send and receive [...]
If you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you’re a GRANDmom, and of course, always a mom. My friend Maria King of Events Cazy, has this advice for cool things to do in your area. Give it a try and you’ll never be at a loss for fun things to do with your grandkids.
By Christine Crosby – Editorial Director for GRAND Magazine
Grandma Has Wings is an adventure that begins while six little girls are visiting their Grandma. Each has a special name for her. “I call her Gram Cracker.” “I call her Granny.” “I call her Gram-Gram.” “I call her Nana, ‘cuz I can’t say my “M” [...]
By Anne Vize
It seems like everyone these days is talking about gluten. Supermarket shelves have gluten free products, and many restaurant menus now feature a ‘GF’ symbol on some dishes. So what is this thing called gluten, and why is it so important? What should you do if gluten becomes a part of the [...]