The most frightening thing about moving is not the new town, or the worries of making new friends and navigating a new place; but the fear of what could happen to your belongings on the way. I asked some fellow military spouses and military spouse bloggers about their worst household good shipping experiences- try not to cringe while reading.
Would you be able to account for all of your home goods if you lost everything in a fire? When I knew I could not, I began taking inventory of our household goods. You can too by following these three easy steps!
Sleigh Bells ring are you listening? If you haven’t already, there is no time to waste! It's time to book your flight for celebrating the holidays. Check out these money saving tips.
We cannot always protect our children from the stress of a new school in a new town, but we can remind them what it means to be a kind and generous friend to others; a sure way for them to find a niche quickly!
Military families face a tough decision when they PCS. Should they wait until their arrival at their future duty station to commit to a new home or should they lock on housing before they move. This blog post provides a few ideas to consider.
Finding friends after a move is a lot like dating. It is often awkward. Instead of being surrounded by a group of giggling girls to help break the ice when meeting a new person, I have a smiley, friendly and loud toddler to assist! What better wingman to help?
There are many things to consider when hiring a babysitter. Here are six answers to popular questions around babysitting.
Have you been surprised by a state law after a move? Check out these common laws before you settle in to your new residence.
Father’s Day is swiftly approaching and many families may be at a loss how to celebrate and recognize Dad when he is deployed, away at training or gone for one of the many reasons his job pulls him away. Here are four fun and simple ways to celebrate Dad and show him you care.
It seems the secret to keeping your job during and after a move is a secret. After talking with spouses who successfully maintained employment despite moving, it was apparent many were reluctant to publicize and call attention to the company they are employed. What they were not reluctant to share were their tips to encourage your company to continue your employment after a move.