Sponge Anger Release with Kids….And for Yourself!

December 12, 2016 Children and Stress, Early Prevention 0 Comments

Sponge Anger Release – Sponges can do more than clean dishes! My grandies needed to squeeze a sponge in order to squeeze out mad feelings along with deep breathing with cabin fever in cold weather recently. Squeeze sponge. Breathe in slowly doing belly button breathing, holding squeeze and the tension

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Giving Permission to Grandkids to BE Creative Outside the Box

November 21, 2016 Awesome Aging, Connecting with Children 0 Comments

It was a Friday night sleepover at Grandma Boom’s for two grandchildren. Being precocious is their job so as a Grandma I find it is important to be open and flexible about the act of creativity coming into play. Research indicates creative, innovative people have the healthiest and happiest aging

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Author Activating Plans To Prevent Genetic Alzheimers

November 18, 2016 Awesome Aging, Super Seniors 0 Comments

She says it is her ‘Second Spring.’ Michelle Nagel, grandmother to eight grandchildren, is giving birth to herself, having already given birth to four children who are grown and out of the nest. Abused as a child, she was ruled to the core by a governing hand that said her

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Excited Preschoolers Group Hug Me after Fun Session Learning Heart Impact Between Good and Bad Behavioral Choices

September 14, 2016 Connecting with Children, Early Prevention 0 Comments

Joy. Preschoolers spontaneously erupt in giving me a group hug after a very fun lesson on making good choices that feel better in our hearts and becoming aware that bad choices cause tight knots and bad feelings in our hearts. 3D learning, tactile/visual/experiential ways to understand a lesson. Builds confidence

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Phoenix Rising From My Childhood Story

April 21, 2016 Articles, Grandma Boom Time, Inspiration, Publicity 0 Comments

I have a brief excerpt of my childhood and growing up published at One Story Road. Please take a few minutes to visit their site and read my story.  If you like what you read or can relate to my story, please vote for me at the bottom of the

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