The leaves are falling, and we are starting to get crafty with ideas for what to do with the grandkids when they come over this season! The days get shorter, and we find ourselves inside a bit more than we prefer. What to do? We found this adorable pumpkin handprint craft that can be done with your toddler/younger grandchildren, get creative!
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Let’s take a moment and celebrate our personal footprint and stories – never discounting the importance of who we are and where we came from, along with the details of our family history. Our generation should make every effort to pass along as much as we can to those younger than ourselves in the evolving generations. This is our legacy.
It’s so important in this complicated world we live in that we need to keep humor close to our hearts, and be receptive to living our lives packed with smiles and fullness. In doing so, it gives each one of us the ability to laugh harder at what comes our way at any time.
Close your eyes and try and picture yourself as a child, jumping in the ocean or pool for a dip; what do you feel? For us, it’s a sense of happiness and therapy, even today. While enjoying a cup of coffee one morning last summer, we came across a wonderful piece in the Wall Street Journal written by Elisabeth Bernstein on the experience Marine Scientist Dr. Wallace Nicholas had on seeking the power of water.
You have a joyous opportunity to support the next generation. Be yourself, be firm but fair, and bond through tradition Anthropologists and evolutionary theorists who have studied family relationships throughout history identify grandparents as playing an important part in helping parents ensure the physical survival of their children. While not a popular subject for research, studies of modern societies too show how the involvement of grandparents can help their grandchildren’s resilience and overall healthy development.
a special feature presented by Kay Ziplow & Leslie Zinberg, founders We saw this article published by #LiveCanyonRanch, and thought we had to show it to you. It’s filled with important thoughts on our changing bodies and provides important information for all women.
Believe it or not-every person who lives on this planet is part of the solution. The problem? We are totally on track to an unlivable world. One that is filled with environmental pollution; food waste and plastics which are the big contributors to our environmental pollution; food waste and plastics are the big contributor to our congestion. Here are a few simple considerations and tips!
Simple suggestions to personally cleanse and straighten out your personal space
Hands down it is one of our most favorite times of the year- Spring. Would you agree? Tomorrow March 20th, we welcome a beautiful season full of colors, sights, and delicious smells. And what better time than Spring, to cleanse yourself, your living surroundings, and your personal space. That feeling of joy that you get when you can finally open the windows and let the warm breeze in – it just can’t be matched. There is a reason that so many people love Spring cleaning. The changing season is the perfect time to refresh your home with sunlight and embrace an approach for personal organization.
We all know the long, dark winter days can weigh on you physically and mentally. Grandparents, grand friends, and even parents, listen up… your health and well-being are ever so important and we want you to take care of yourself. With early sunsets, erratic temperatures, and plenty of changes in the climate, winters can be tough on us mentally and physically. Some of us might struggle from time to time during this particular season, but for others ,it is far worse when suffering from seasonal affective disorder (commonly known as SAD).