Within a month of my husband’s deployment to Camp Stanley, South Korea, I had already booked my plane ticket to visit for the Christmas holiday. Whe..
As a military wife, the most precious title I could be called is a colleague. The concept of holding a job, continuing education, and having a caree..
Military families are well-versed on sacrifice. We understand being confronted with hard times. It’s almost normalized among our communities. The en..
As a mother of two young children with an active duty husband who deploys quite a bit, we have made a family decision that I will stay home, and not..
In this blog post, we investigated a peak experience of our life in order to become familiar with our Inner Hero. Let’s invite our Inner Hero to ref..
Did you ever stop to think that today, this very day, is someone’s first experience with the military? Sure, all of the acronyms, last minute order ..
Recently, while sitting at a table during a unit party, someone asked me if I had a family.
I really hoped my incredulous look wasn’t too transpare..
Previously, we discussed how making decisions from the shallow end of our mind can actually prevent us from succeeding at our New Year’s resolutions..
Ever since I can remember, I’ve kept a journal. In 2nd grade, my teacher had me jot things down daily as a way to improve my writing and storytellin..
Ah, New Year’s resolutions. Most of us make them, but few of us keep them. And yet, after the ball has dropped and we are drunk with the limitless p..