“Finish high school, check. Go to college, check.Go to grad school, check.”
I would say that’s how the majority of young Americans in 2018 envisi..
One common misconception of Active Guard and Reserve (AGR) families is that they don’t move around as much as active duty families. For a few, that ..
Back in the day, I went to various day and overnight camps during many summers in my youth. As an only child, with both parents in the military, and..
For a military family with school-aged children, moving and changing schools can feel like flying an airplane blindfolded. An experienced pilot know..
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..
About 5 years ago, this month, we were packing up for our first PCS in the Army Active Guard and Reserve (AGR) program. My husband had been in the R..
When I was first asked to attend the rehearsal for the PBS National Memorial Day concert, I was a little apprehensive. This was my first time attend..
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..
If you are like me, the thought of going back to school is completely overwhelming. But I am here to tell you that it is possible and you can succee..
One of the things on a deployment checklist for the active duty service member is establishing or updating a will and a power of attorney. These leg..