PCSing is an adventure with the opportunities to live in new places, meet new people, learn new things, and have new experiences. It’s an adventur..
I live 1,200 miles away from my husband, Kevin.
Some may call us a geo-bachelor family, but I like to think of us as ‘closer than a deployment, fa..
My husband and I bought our first home in 2009, while the housing market was no longer at its peak, but hadn’t hit bottom, yet. Knowing we’d be at o..
‘Tis the season for orders, which means your next PCS move could be right around the corner. Will you live on base, rent out in town, or buy a home?..
I’ll never forget how I felt when my husband mentioned we might be moving to Okinawa, Japan for three years. “Verbal orders,” he told me. This meant..
Whether you’re undertaking a Permanent Change of Station (PCS) to California or Korea, or you’re staying put for a few years, it can be tough to org..
Fort Belvoir, in Alexandria, Virginia has been the first official duty station for my husband and I since getting married. Before he received orders..
With a few PCS moves under my belt, this is what’s left of the unpacked boxes inside my house. We moved in a year ago. That’s a win, right? Military..
As military spouses, we know to expect the unexpected. Yet, somehow the unexpected often catches me by surprise. Early one morning this past June, I..
For many military families, a PCS to Washington, DC is an inevitable stop in a service member’s career, and from some perspectives, viewed as a nece..