It’s that time of year when our team at grandparentslink.com comes together to share the most memorable, fun and exciting holiday dates you can’t (or shouldn’t) miss celebrating! So, grab your grandchildren and family, and get decorating or maybe even treat a neighbor to a silly lunch, but make sure to make every moment count!
“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.” ~ Bob Dylan
Everyone here at Grandparentslink hopes you take a moment and a deep breath– Yes, another new year is upon us and just a few days away. With holiday time now behind us, we love the idea of self-reflection. Slow down and try this mini-meditation using the acronym STOP: S: stop what you are doing T: take a deep breath O: observe what is going on now. P: proceed with clarity
We wish you a Happy New Year, filled with good health and happiness!
While Thanksgiving quickly brings to mind thoughts of savory turkeys, sweet pies, and other beloved sides that have been associated with this holiday over the years, we believe Thanksgiving is really all about gratitude, plain and simple. Let’s take a mindful moment to stop and think about how truly grateful we all are for all that surrounds us.
So what if it’s only November… the holidays are coming up and we have to plan ahead. Are you stressing about what to get someone in your family? Or maybe are you constantly getting phone calls from your children for one of your classic recipes they want to recreate?
Since school is out, and we are well into the summer, you may just find the time to fit in something that makes you the grandparent even more GRAND! – a wonderful excursion or trip together. And, best of all, we aren’t suggesting long traveling, just some genuine time together and a couple of tips to consider.
Family vacations can supply lifelong memories, but to ensure that every member of the family is satisfied, it’s important to travel to the perfect locale. With the help of reader votes and expert opinion, we gathered a list of travel destinations that offer reasonable rates and activities the whole family can enjoy.
This is such a beautiful saying. Plant a garden with your grandchildren, or simply plant a small pot. There’s such joy in seeing your grandchildren light up as they watch their flowers, vegetables, and plants sprout to life.