This Veterans Day, I encourage you to show your children how to spread thanks and appreciation to a veteran. Shake a hand, send a card, do anything that acknowledges the sacrifice they made to support and defend our country.
Going back to school and balancing life can be challenging, but it doesn’t mean it has to be impossible. Here are 4 tips to help you finish out the semester strong.
It seems early (unless you are like me and are already counting down the days to the holidays), but the deadline is quickly approaching to get packages to your deployed loved ones this holiday season. Here are four keys to successful, on budget and stress free holiday care packages.
The YRRP is a great opportunity, especially for those new to deployments, to gather information, resources, and ask questions. Here are 9 things you should know.
Avoid common pre-deployment missteps with advice from Chad Storlie, the Going Civilian community manager. He highlights his financial tips, paperwork advice, personal belonging suggestions and family connection ideas.
We military spouses are often viewed by society as non-uniformed heroes. While we may not be rocking the spandex or a cape, many of us have sure become a “Jill of all trades”.
Are you prepared if a disaster were to hit? If you aren’t, making sure to prioritize this initiative for you and your family is smart. Disasters don’t plan ahead, but you can.
September is Life Insurance Awareness month. Military Spouses and USAA’s Sean Scaturro discuss how to make the best life insurance choices for your family.
My spouse and I tried to plan for him to stay connected with our two young girls. This is our first deployment experience with children, so we leaned heavily on advice from family and friends who had been through it before.
Understanding and taking care of any legal matters before a deployment will help you feel secure while your spouse is away. Here are three important legal matters you and your spouse should know when preparing for a deployment.