CAROLE KING: The Tapestry of Her Amazing Life BY WENDY SCHUMAN Carole King is a legend, but not the oh-so-glamorous mink coat type. The beloved, multi-award-winning singer-songwriter is as relaxed,

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LEGACY – An archeological dig through family keepsakes BY JERRY WITKOWSKI After much deliberation and at my daughter’s generous invitation, I’ve made my temporary “pandemic move” to LA permanent. My

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Tablescaping: Move Over Martha BY PAT BURNS Since the beginning of time artists have provided not only beauty and enjoyment to our tedious lives – art has provided us a

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The Effects Of 2020 On Relationships BY KAREN L. RANCOURT  Ah, 2020 — a year that will be long remembered for its losses, challenges, disappointments, and surprises. I am particularly

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The Happy Return of Multigenerational Families BY JAIA LENT When Jessica Winn and her husband became pregnant with their first child in suburban Maryland, they knew they would have help.

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Happier days are here again! I feel as though a huge weight has been lifted from my heart. Pollyanna, you say? Maybe. But we have just come through some of

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BY PAT BURNS From Russia With Love There’s been plenty of media coverage around questionable behavior coming from Russia. It’s also fair to say, there are many good things that

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Happy New Year 2021 Most experts agree that it’s important for people to say farewell to 2020 in a healthy way. They say it’s not only OK to acknowledge all

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3 Ways to (Really) Support Your Homeschooled Grandchildren By Linsey Knerl School as we know it has been largely disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic, leading families to wonder how they

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Martin Luther King Day: “Bless them that curse you.” BY BEN DIAMOND This Martin Luther King Jr. Day we remember the life of a minister and leader who saw the

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The gift of play – How grandparents enhance the lives of young children BY JUDITH VAN HOORN The following is an excerpt from Judith Van Hoorn’s book, The Gift of Play:

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How To Talk To Your G-Kids About The Pro-Trump Mob At The Capitol The following is from Maggie Gordon of The Houston Chronicle: An angry mob stormed the Capitol building

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Is your body getting rusty with age?  BY Jonny Bowden, Ph.D. Simple steps you can take to help support a healthy response to free radicals  While you may not know

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Grandparents who hadn’t hugged their grandsons since March shared a loving embrace, thanks to a bright idea to use inflatable polar bear costumes. SWNS Barbara and Clive Walshaw said the

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“Exercising the Mind” Critical for 2021  Many Americans will start the New Year with a resolution to focus on their physical fitness. A South Florida psychiatrist feels strongly that mental

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GRANDLife Podcast – The Challenge of Daughters-in-law Grandparenting may be just about the best thing ever. Author Emily Morgan hosts an exploration of grandparenting, the relationships within the role, and

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The holidays are here, and The Art Box Academy is ready to help bring out the artist in your grandchildren and keep them engaged, ignited, and inspired! A dear friend

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Please Keep Safe From COVID-19 BY JACK LEVINE We are all shocked by the rapid and relentless spread of the COVID-19 virus. Reports of its insidious impact on our health providers, businesses,

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BY MICHELLE BUDD As this Holiday Season is upon us, Family Holiday Traditions, a family-owned business based in Maryland, is bringing back simpler times and joyful childhood memories with an exciting

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