I first went to college directly after high school. I was 17 years-old, moving into my dorm room and living on my own for the first time in my life…
On my return flight home from Boston, I found myself crawling my way off the plane with a case of the flu. I had just returned home from a long week..
I have been an Army wife for a few years…well, it’s been a little longer than a few, but who’s keeping count, right?! I am seasoned Army wife with..
Start a business, they said. It’ll be easy, they said.
Every business owner probably rolls their eyes when they think back to the humble beginnin..
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..
We’ve all been there, or at least that’s what I tell myself when I’m frustrated. And frankly, I know it’s true. As military spouses, we all get frus..
Last spring, after finding out about our upcoming summer PCS, I began what has become an all-to0-familiar routine: jumping on the computer to resear..
One of the most difficult things about being a military spouse is finding employment.
As a matter of fact, one in four military spouses are unemp..
It’s not every day that NMFA gets to hand out one of our coveted scholarships to a deserving military spouse face-to-face, but last week we got to d..
NMFA’s most recent “More Than a Spouse” event at Fort Meade, Maryland attracted spouses from across the services. Over the weekend, Army, Air Force,..