Do you know which causes your grandchildren care about? BY KERRY BRYNE My mother, affectionately known as Nana Lulu, recently sent a parcel to her grandson. When it arrived, I

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Protecting Our Children’s And Grandchildren’s Planet BY PETER G. LURIE, MD In early September of 2021 more than 230 health and medical journals worldwide simultaneously published the same editorial. Its

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Grandparenting 101: The New Frontier BY RICHARD AND LINDA EYRE Today, Grandparenting is where Parenting was two generations ago.  Back then, “parenting” was hardly a word—and books or programs or ideas

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How grandparents can stay connected to their grandchildren who are away at college BY KAREN L. RANCOURT  When grandparents are asked about barriers to spending in-person time with their grandchildren,

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How Grandparents Make A Difference For Kids Who Suffer Trauma BY KATHY BRODSKY As children, we’re subjected to our families of origin. We’re born, grow up – that’s our job

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Grandparent Heroes BY JAIA PETERSON, GENERATIONS UNITED It takes a special kind of heroism and loving devotion to step up to the responsibility of raising children when their parents cannot. 

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The Perils and Joys of Pet Downsizing BY MARIE CAHALANE I was devastated when our seventeen-year-old poodle died a year ago, but my husband Tim and I decided Muffy would

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Wait, What? My Grandchild Is At Risk? What do you do when your grandchild needs your help? BY LISA HOLLIDAY You notice things, you are a parent too and you know something

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Who doesn’t love dinosaurs?  From Mom and Dad to the 3-year-old, there is something captivating about the historic big beasts.  And what better way to enjoy National Day of Unplugging than with

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Mediawise for seniors: Fact vs. Fake BY THE JOURNALISTS NETWORK ON GENERATIONS In the 2019 film, The Tomorrow Man, John Lithgow plays Ed, a widowed retiree preoccupied with online “prepper” conspiracy groups focused

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How Microentrepreneurs Will Save the World in 2022 By Deanna Shoss Are you a microentrepreneur? Thank you for helping to save the world! In the “olden days” a microentrepreneur was

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Do You Know What The Freedom To Vote Act Is? We are all so very busy especially as we struggle with the COVID pandemic on top of everything else, that

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3 Win-Win-Win Steps For Seniors To Fight Climate Change BY STEVE VERNON A recent report from the United Nations warns that we’re running out of time to avoid catastrophic worldwide

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Grand Connections Grandparents are a cornerstone of child care for kids under five. About Grand Connections The Grand Connections workshop series provides a place for grandparent caregivers to: Connect with other grandparents who

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Some Old, Some New for 2022 BY PAT BURNS Right after the year-end holidays, I’m ready to put away the Christmas decorations room-by-room. At last, a host of trees, lights,

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MediaWise for seniors: Fact vs. Fake BY THE JOURNALISTS NETWORK ON GENERATIONS In the 2019 film, The Tomorrow Man, John Lithgow plays Ed, a widowed retiree preoccupied with online “prepper” conspiracy groups focused

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Blueberry Biscuit Bake from Leen Cuisine Servings: 6-8 Time: 25 mins Difficulty: Easy A quick and easy breakfast bake filled with cinnamon-crusted biscuits and blueberries. Ingredients 1 (12 oz.) can refrigerated buttermilk biscuits

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January 6th – A Riot Remembered BY JACK LEVINE I am sending this message on the eve of the first anniversary of the shockingly shameful siege of our national Capitol. 

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DR. KORNHABER: CONNECTING THE GENERATIONS PIONEER The following is from The Life Writer blog. Please click here for the original version: Dr. Kornhaber is our hero. … Seriously. He is

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The GRANDparent Network is a growing consortium of blogs and websites that serve today’s grandparents and their families. Combined, the GPN offers savvy marketers targeted, unique, and cost-effective media to

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