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The Road to Resilience It’s All About the Journey

We all know that sometimes life can throw you a curveball, so how can you feel more confident in your ability to cope with whatever comes your way? Often times the path we take creates the fabric of our emotional selves. Remember, it’s never too late to learn ways to find your inner strength.*

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Enter our “Love Collection” Stationery Giveaway!

How often do you look for just the right note to send to someone? We are so used to writing emails and texts; however, however, isn’t it extra special when you receive a handwritten note? We love these beautiful and heart-filled note cards from www.saltworkspaper.com This company celebrates creating non-digital connection and communication. Let them be your guide to rekindle the lost art of letter writing through inspiration, written rituals and, of course, beautiful paper.

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Yes, Grandma Knows Best!

Back in her day, Grandma probably had no idea what “eating clean” was if you asked her. And even if you tried explaining it to her, she’d probably say she didn’t give a hoot. Still, her diet wasn’t all Salisbury steak and Jell-O salad. Your granny and her gang ate plenty of foods that were actually really healthy, too. The foods were simplistic and easy, and while today they might not graze the top of the ‘cool‘ list, they certainly have value and are not outdated for your nutritional needs. Here are six to consider. (Instagram them enough times, and who knows- you might start seeing what grandma knew, all that clearer!)*

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7 Ways We Can Help Children Evolve

As grandparents, it is our job to love and support our grandchildren and children through their struggles, but to refrain from solving their problems for them. (No matter how much we are tempted.). In doing so, we equip them with insight from their struggles and failures in order to become stronger. Our goal as grandparents and parents is to encourage our children to think as big as they can, work for nothing less than the best, to have courage and, most importantly, to be kind! Grandparenting is all about contributing to the evolution of relationships.

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Learning How to Manage Your Personal Relationships

Having people that support us and bring us encouragement is so very important for us to live a healthy, happy life! Psychology studies show that, in the long term, the most important thing in your life is your personal relationships. More important than your circumstances, hardships or successes, stuff you own or places you go, good quality relationships increase your resilience and your happiness, and protect you from depression and other related “afflictions”.

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4 Reasons to Start Gardening!

Those who have tasted a summer tomato sun-sweetened on the vine or a crisp cucumber plucked, or fresh herbs right from the garden, know the intense flavor of fresh-picked produce is unrivaled by anything found in a supermarket. Okay, before any assumptions are made, we know not everyone has this capacity for home grown; however, if you do, we’ve got all the reasons you need to get started* If a simple window sill is involved… so be it! Be sure to involve the grandkids if possible.

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Celebrating Moms Everywhere!

This Mother’s Day, we want to let you in on the sweetest gift idea that EVERY mother, daughter, friend, aunt, or even baker would want! Over the past year many of us have been exchanging recipes with our family and friends. Now it’s time to thank those closest to you. How about a custom engraved cutting board, sketched with their entire recipe written out, in their handwriting!? We were gifted one by our grandchildren, and it’s just a beautiful addition to our kitchen! 

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It’s Not a Competition with the “Other” Grandma*

A wonderful read about sharing, caring, loving and being…..

How do you get along with the “other” grandma? Many grandmas have confessed they feel competitive with the “other” grandma. It’s normal to feel a little rivalry for our grandchildren’s affection. Knowing it’s shared with another set of grandparents can sometimes feel threatening — especially, if the “other” grandma lives closer to the grandchildren, has more money to spend on them, and has more privileges because she’s the maternal grandma. Sometimes it can feel like a real tug-o-war with the other grandma. So how do you get into the right mindset that allows you to be the best grandma you can be without feeling like it’s a competition?

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Grandparenting: Renew, Relive, Rejoice

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