Kay Ziplow is a mother of one and grandmother of two and has been married for 36 years. She is a female partner in the largest title insurance company for over 20years.Leslie Zinberghas two fabulous sons, two grandchildren ages 3 and 7, one marriage (46 years)and is the owner ofLeslie Zinberg Interiors,having been aninterior designer for over 42 years. Leslie hasco-written three books: THE PINK AND BLUE BABY PAGES (parenting up to 24 months) and THE PINK AND BLUE TODDLER PAGES (parenting from 24-48 months); and with Kay, LIFE WITH A SWINGER (about what it is like to be married to a professional golfer). Am now co-writing a book on MINDFUL GRANDPARENTING.randparentslink.com which talks about being current- having fun with the children and their lives, and being mindful of our time spent here on earth.These friends of more than 15 years joined to do a book project for the PGA Tour. After writing the book they traveled, interviewed, did national book tour,TV specials and then spent two years developing g
Donne Davis and her husband live in the San Francisco Bay Area. They have two grown children and three granddaughters. Twelve years ago, after witnessing the birth of her first grandchild, Donne founded the GaGa Sisterhood, a social network for enthusiastic grandmas. Her book, When Being a Grandma Isn’t So Grand, is available on Amazon. You can read her award-winning blog at http://gagasisterhood.com
Lisa Carpenter is a Colorado-based freelance writer, blogger, and long-distance grandma. She's been married to the same man forever; together they have three adult daughters and three grandsons, children of the middle daughter and her husband. After being laid off in 2008 from her position as editor of the special sections department at the daily newspaper, Lisa launched the Grandma's Briefs website in 2009. It's where she shares bits on life’s second act for grandmothers and others — the good, bad, humorous and heartwarming of being a baby boomer, grandparent, parent of adult children, wife and writer — all in hopes of smashing the outdated, unrealistic "grandma" stereotype. www.grandmasbriefs.com
Teresa Bell Kindred is a former teacher with a master's degree
in Secondary Education. She is the author of several books inluding
"Mom;PhD: Leadership Skills for moms." She iis married and has 5 grown
children and 5 grandchildren. Her blog, NanaHood.com, began shortly after
the birth of her first grandchild. NanaHood is a place for parents and
grandparents to share in the joy of children.
All the good things in life are... at Honey Good HoneyGood.com
Devoted wife, mothere and grandmother (AKA Honey) Susan has brought her years as a talented writer blogger to a universe of moms and grandmoms and shares generousely with her viewers. Susan and her husband Shelly are also involved with Gary Sinise and his Wounded Warrior campaign.
Seattle Sutton's Healthy Eating is a family-owned, Illinois-based company that offers a convenient no-gimmick approach to healthful eating. The meal program is scientifically designed, tested and has 30 years of proven results. The company was founded in 1985 by Seattle Sutton (RN, BSN) to help address patients' needs to lose weight or address other health issues, such as diabetes, hypertension, heart disease and obesity. All SSHE menus are analyzed and revised on an ongoing basis and adhere to the most current recommended dietary guidelines. SSHE prepares tens of thousands of healthy, delicious meals weekly and its innovative approach has helped thousands of people achieve and maintain weight loss without the planning, shopping or cooking for themselves.
Rene Ficek is SSHE’s registered dietitian and lead nutrition expert. Ficek oversees various aspects of menu development, ensuring each SSHE meal complies with USDA and FDA “healthy regulation guidelines.” In addition, she educates management staff on specialized “diets,” researches and implements new nutrition guidelines and provides nutrition education to clients.
More information at www.seattlesutton.com or 1-800-442-DIET (3438).
The band's debut album was Grammy-nominated and their new album has already been featured in press outlets such as the New York Times, NPR, the Huffington Post, Parents, and many popular kids publications. The first single from their new album has already hit #1 on Sirius XM's Kids Place Live and was performed live on Sprout, NBCUniversal's family channel, available in over 60 million homes.Songs focus on imaginative play, puppet making, shapes, dance, and more. Each song has an educational component and the band has delved deep into the educational benchmarks in today's school systems to integrate these lessons into their songs.