We all know the struggle of military life: constant deployments, TDYs, random shifts, and all that comes along with one (or both) spouse being marri..
My husband’s PCS orders to Atlanta were cancelled at the last hour, and, instead, he was deployed overseas.
In January of 2010, I was living in S..
Some fear it, some hate it, some welcome the time apart.
Whatever you think of deployments, we can all agree that having our servi..
I would never consider myself old. I don’t even think I technically qualify as middle-aged (don’t correct me if I am wrong there). But, in military ..
We all know we need to have an emergency fund, but how to make that happen is another story. And why do you even need one? Simply put, an emergency ..
I will never forget my first day on German soil. I felt so many different emotions that I shook like a leaf on a windy day as I handed my passport t..
In February 2017, I considered myself fortunate because for the first time in my marriage to my Marine (and possibly, maybe I’m overshooting, the hi..
I’ll admit it, I was always a little jealous of Army PT. The thought of waking up early and gathering with your peers to begin a new day with comrad..
Like many people who live the transient military family life, I have a side-hustle.
A ‘side-hustle’ is a form of passive income you can take with..
When someone mentions a PCS or a military move, most of us feel something. Good or bad…we feel something. We might tense up as we remember the move ..