I am sure that if you are a military spouse reading this, you too have gone through a period of self-care abandonment. Here are a few suggestions to get you started on making self-care a priority.
In honor of Month of the Military Child, here are six military kid books that have been helpful to me and my children throughout our military walk.
Deployments are hard. Deployments are dangerous. Commit to a good attitude, be as healthy as you can be, and look for as many large and small ways to continue your personal and professional development. Goals and a daily plan on how you will improve go a long way to having a great deployment. Be Safe!
Can you believe it is that time of year again? Tax season is here and it is usually the last thing you want to deal with, especially if your spouse is deployed. If you don’t know where to start, and are in need of some guidance, here are 4 things you should consider before filing your taxes.
Deployments leave a great deal of time to think, decide, and make critical life choices. The critical point is not to rush a decision or a change when you return from a deployment – wait 30 days before a major life decision.
Part two of some encouraging and inspirational goals and resolutions set by military spouses to accomplish during their spouses long absences.
Check out the resolutions for these 8 military spouses and let us know yours.
Family vacations and experiences around deployments are very important. Here are six key tips to help plan a relaxing vacation that can be adjusted when schedules and a high degree of variability are the norm.
I am currently stationed in South Korea and for the last 12 years I have been very happy with USAA. Now that I am here I am having...
Coming home from deployment is filled with warm feelings, relief, and pride. Use these communication tips to bridge the gap in communication styles as you settle back in.