Whether you choose a temporary insurance option like storage or a non operator status for your deployed family member’s vehicle, there are ways to ensure your policy is up to date and you are saving a little bit (when applicable) on your auto insurance bill. Speaking with an auto insurance specialist will ensure you make the right decisions for your family’s unique situation and needs. It won’t take the sting out of not hearing your spouse’s car pull into the driveway each night, but will be one less thing on the list of things to worry about during deployment.
Send someone you love an eggcellent care package this Easter with these ideas.
These “Parenting Wars” are disheartening, especially for those who are solo-parenting with a loved one away for months. What can we do to survive parenting during deployment?
These important milestones created are unique to our very own military life. It has provided guidance, insight and comfort. Helping us to cope with loss, separation and love along the way.
If you get the opportunity to meet your active duty counterpart somewhere new while they are training, I encourage you to make travel plans. In my opinion, if you are able to break up the amount of days they are gone with a visit or port call, the deployment / separation will go a lot smoother.
This day will be forever engrained in my memory. One I will share with others, especially my children. We have freedoms that most don’t, and we have brave men and women defending and fighting to preserve those rights.
We are most definitely a society full of instant gratification (guilty here) and that sets many of us up for failure time and time again.
Using social media to tell your story and stay in touch without violating information security protocols is achievable. Do not use location on words & pictures, do not post when mad, tell a positive story, write about your experiences, and obey your units commands on social media use.
Avoid financial mistakes following deployment by maintaining a strict budget; save & invest 2/3rds of your extra pay on deployment; wait 3 months before a major purchase; and do not factor deployment pay levels into your long-term budget.
As I sit here thinking back to all the wonderful moments of the game, I would like to share with you my top 5 favorite moments from the 117th Army Navy Game