My career path has been less than straight. About a million years ago, when I first started college, I was a political science major. I thought I wo..
You’ve decided. There’s no better time than now. This is the best thing for you and your military family. It’ll be tough, and it might mean late nig..
It’s no secret military spouses are a force to be reckoned with; no longer the ‘silent ranks’ of decades past, spouses are determined to play a huge..
It was my junior year of college, and my Public Relations Strategy professor very adamantly told us one day in class, “Go get a job after you gradua..
“I’m waking up and realized I did not have a dream! I always told myself ‘It’s ok, I don’t need to go to school,’ because I never wanted to take mon..
Are you ready to reinvent yourself? Feel stuck in your career? I felt that way several years ago. There I was, a women in mid-life with, what felt l..
You are at the starting line, with the finish probably no where in sight. A gun goes off. And then you run.
For me, this applies literally–to actu..
When we entered the world of military service, now, almost five years ago, I set aside my part-time career as an adjunct English instructor at my al..
If you asked me to describe my graduate school journey and “life” a few weeks ago, I would say I was doing what anyone else would do: I work. I have..
I’m probably far from what one might imagine a military spouse to be. Despite being born a U.S. citizen, I was raised in Canada and ended up serving..