This coming week marks a big holiday for all — July 4th is always the fun kick off to summer. And now, we want to give you a head start with some great ideas to jazz it all up! These simple, delicious recipes will have anyone you are serving begging for seconds. Enjoy – have a safe and happy holiday!
While for so many, Memorial Day weekend is the official kick–off for the “summer season,” it is a very serious holiday, and we feel like it’s a great opportunity to let family and friends, and kids know what it’s all about.
Memorial Day is a time to honor members of the armed forces who have given their lives in service to our country. It also means an extra day to spend time with family—but how? Try one of these family friendly and kid-approved ways to enjoy your time. Create your own tradition this holiday! Plus, we’ve passed along some of our favorite little recipes to enjoy.
Valentine’s Day is all about spoiling your loved ones with love… and of course, no one can forget the chocolate! These two recipes we tested sent all our loved ones over the moon and we know they are sure to please any lover this Valentine’s Day!
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.