Ever wonder what the right steps are to take after a car accident? Here are four actions you should take following an accident.
Give Santa’s elves a break this year and consider giving non toy gifts to the children in your life. Museum passes, tickets to a play, sports equipment, science subscription boxes are just a few creative alternative gift ideas for this holiday season shared by military spouse bloggers.
Anyone who completes a move understands the stress and chaos it brings. After attempting to make a list of how I can help others going through this process (and coming up a bit short), I asked fellow military spouses how they received assistance or lent a hand to another family moving across the country. Their ideas are creative, kind and would be perfect for any friend preparing to move.
Time Changes. In my house, these words are dreaded, despised and trigger visions of a toddler zombie apocalypse. Here are my favorite ideas to keep some semblance to your toddler’s existing sleep routine and sanity when traveling to a different time zone or after a time change.
How do you prevent the majority of your household goods from being lost in transit!? Labels, tape, the help of a few social media groups and the willingness to micromanage could go a long way in preventing your boxes from being lost during a move.
When you move to a new neighborhood, or decide to venture out to a different neighborhood for the day, you have to be careful since you don’t really know the area very well. Here are a few safety reminders while taking out the kids this Halloween.
How do you tell military time? It is easier than you think! Here is a quick guide to keep you in the know.
A continuation of a look into military spouses who have found fulfillment and success representing a direct sales company. Lyndsey, a full time pharmaceutical sales representative, uses her spare time to represent viaONEHOPE.
A continuation of a look into military spouses who have found fulfillment and success representing a direct sales company. Siobhan, a software engineer and spouse to a US Navy pilot, shares details about her journey with direct sales.
While a move is tough, it forces you to grow as a person, pare down your belongings, offers an opportunity for a fresh start and could mean the chance to be stationed with your battle buddies you were separated from since the last move. Here are three things I am going to focus on during my pretend PCS.