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Where Can I Find Happiness in Life?

If you are wondering where you can find happiness in life, you are not alone. Sooner or later we all ask ourselves this question. The answer for me came from several different [...]

Cool Facts About Valentine’s Day Your Grandchildren Won’t Know

Grandchildren these days are hard to impress but if you know some cool facts about Valentine’s Day that they don’t, you might score some points. For example they probably don’t know that [...]

Grandma Joyce Visits NanaHood

This is a guest post by Grandma Joyce. If you’ve never visited her blog, make sure you do! It’s What Happens at Grandma’s Little Love Bites! This one’s about Valentine’s Day. And [...]

Valentine’s Day Fun for You and Your Grandchildren

It’s time to think about Valentine’s Day! The annual day o’ love lurks right around the corner and Cupid will soon be sprinkling hearts and flowery fun far and wide. Following are [...]

There’s an Mouse in the House!

Disclaimer: I have been compensated to write this post. All thoughts and opinions are strictly my own. I only review products I think you and your family will enjoy or benefit from! [...]

Legal Insurance: What Is It and Why You Should Have It

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. Although I have been compensated to write about ARAG legal insurance, I can assure you all thoughts and opinions here are entirely my own! #sponsored Legal [...]

Communicating With Your Adult Children

When it comes to communicating with your adult children, where do you get stuck? I posed this question to the 25 grandmothers (we call them GaGas) attending our January 15 meeting and [...]

Yoga: You Can Teach An Old Dog New Tricks

For years my chiropractor and my son have been telling me that Yoga would be good for me. My chiropractor actually gave me a video that stayed in a drawer until I [...]

Better Joint Health In 2017

Disclaimer: I was sent Osteo Bi-Flex to review but all thoughts and opinions are strictly my own. #ad #madetomove As I mentioned in my previous post, 2016 wasn’t the best year for [...]

5 Tips from Toddlers For A Healthier You

Eating Habits When my brother and I were growing up my mom fed us 3 meals a day. Each of those meals always included bread (she made homemade biscuits every day) and [...]

Win a Trip to Disney!

If you have kids or grandkids then you know how much time is invested in chauffeuring them from one place to the next. It seems like some days it’s especially hard to [...]

Winter Birthday Parties

If your grandchildren were born in the summer or early fall, they probably have their birthday parties outdoors. Children with winter birthdays can celebrate outdoors as well if they live in the [...]

My Wish For You-Peace

Peace Years ago we used to make fun of beauty contestants who when asked what they wanted to see in the future they smiled and said, “World peace.” I’m starting to think [...]

What You May Not Know About Rudolph and Reindeers

I thought I knew about Rudolph. I mean after all, I’ve been singing Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer every year since before kindergarten! Today I learned a few things Rudolph and about reindeer [...]

What’s New at Nanas? The New Nintendo 3DS XL

This is a NanaHood review. I’ve been given this product to review but all thoughts and opinions are my own! Do Nanas play Nintendo? Of course they do! Especially when it’s with [...]

The Real Gifts your Parents or Grandparents Want for Christmas

Real Gifts Each of us carry around secret things in our hearts that we want for Christmas but may not write down on a list. Mainly because these things can’t be purchased [...]

Fun Games for Families

This is a sponsored post and giveaway from Blue Mountain Cards. All thoughts and opinions are strictly my own. Most kids just love to play games. My friends at Blue Mountain Cards [...]

A Christmas Craft

A Christmas Craft Every Christmas when we hang the ornaments on the tree it’s like walking down memory lane. When you have been married 36 years you’ve collected a lot or ornaments [...]

Be The Good

Be The Good Yesterday I was in a parking lot of a big discount department store and I was looking for a parking space. I’m one of those people who love to [...]

A Lesson From My Grandbaby and da Vinci

Hi folks! This week’s inspiration comes from a rare special visitor, my fifteen-month-old granddaughter Blakely Faye, and yes, Leonardo da Vinci. At our large Thanksgiving table filled with family and friends, each [...]