The Making of an Old Soul By Carol Orsborn, Ph.D.  This excerpt is from The Making of an Old Soul: Aging as the Fulfillment of Life’s Promise, the healing vision

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Review of A House By Kevin Henkes BY EMILY MORGAN In the new book, A House, published by Greenwillow Press (an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers), author and illustrator Kevin Henkes brings

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A Bear to Share Business leader, actor, and Baby2Baby co-CEOs Kelly Sawyer Patricof and Norah Weinstein with ambassador Jessica Alba deliver the important message of giving back from an early

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Baseball, hot dogs, apple pie…and Wikki Stix! What could be more all-American than that?   When you buy Wikki Stix, you are buying American! It’s nice to know there are some

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Pumpkin Season Is the Reason BY PAT BURNS This time of year, for most GRANDS living in North America, means the sun begins to rise later and nightfall comes sooner. More

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Here Are The Signs Mesothelioma is a rare, deadly cancer that over 20 million Americans are at risk of developing. It’s caused by breathing in or ingesting asbestos, a naturally

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September’s Tablescape –  The African Queen BY PAT BURNS Some of us have been fortunate enough to visit Africa and experience wild animals roaming freely, its enormous vistas, picturesque plains,

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Looking To Achieve Purpose in Retirement? BY JANICE GARCIA In the Spring 2021 edition of Grand Magazine, the article ‘Purpose is Key to Successful Retirement’ focused on what makes for

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The 10 facts that prove we’re in a climate emergency from Wired.com/UK The publication of the sixth IPCC climate change report underlines the drastic – and in some cases irreversible

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Billie the Octopus invites you to explore the wonders of the ocean, become aware of the threats to it, and how you can make a difference. Lotus wrote More Beautiful Than

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A Childhood Foretelling – Fighting Climate Change BY RICHARD EMORY, JR. At the sounding of the horn, some women—permanent residents of our little town—grabbed their sharpest knives and rushed out

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BY PAT BURNS Longer days and warmer nights are just two of the more pleasant highlights we’re able to enjoy during summertime. Perfect for entertaining. And … nothing says summertime

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How Grandparents Can Help With College Admission If you’re planning on helping a grandchild through the college admissions process, know that the game has changed in major ways over the

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Legal guardianship of a grandchild? BY KYLE PERSAUD You have a grandchild, and you believe that your grandchild may be in danger. You feel that you need a guardianship. You

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BY EMILY MORGAN Have you ever looked into the eyes of your dog and wondered what they’re thinking? In Balzer + Bray’s  (an imprint of HarperCollins) new book, Dogs at

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Rita Moreno: Just A Girl Who Decided To Go For It * Stunning In-Depth Look at One Of Hollywood’s Most Trailblazing Actors June 14th, 2021 Over a 70+ year career,

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Dear Dad BY CAROLINE CHIRICHELLA Dear Dad, It’s been 436 days since we last saw you. 436 days since you last saw your granddaughter, Lucia-Antonia. I remember so clearly the

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BY EMILY MORGAN If singer Cat Stevens stretched his hand out of the window of a colorful train car and asked me to join him, I’m pretty sure I’d grab

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A Great Granddad BY MARTIN GLEESON Limerick, Ireland Mary stopped the car just outside Leonard’s Newsagents. She handed a $20 note to her ten-year-old son David and told him, “There will

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Criticizing Or Complaining Rarely Buys You Anything BY JOSHUA COLEMAN While many grandparents can regularly see their grandchildren, others rarely can spend time with their grands. However, some grandparents find

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