When Dad is deployed on Father’s Day, you can still celebrate with these adjustments that make it a special day for dad and the kids.
May is the month to honor the military, with Armed Services Day on the 3rd Saturday and Memorial Day on the 4th Monday. There is also a holiday honoring Military Spouses-- Milspouse Appreciation Day is the 1st Friday of the month. This guest post by milspouse Jennifer...
Military Spouse Appreciation Day honors the strength, sacrifices, and the adaptability of military spouses!
Service and sacrifice are built into military life, so Christian military spouses are uniquely equipped to deal with the stress and challenge of the COVID-19 restrictions.
There are a million reasons for military spouses to dislike Valentine’s Day. Often, this holiday is simply a reminder that we are separated from the ones we love. If all the posts about love in the air are starting to get to you, here’s what you can do about it.
If you feel caught in the repetitious cycle of military life, then you might have something to learn from the Groundhog Day movie.
Being able to plan Girls Night Out is part of deployment survival. If you have an event to look forward to--whether it is one weekend or one month from now--then you can live off of that positive energy for a while. Social events provide a great distraction, give you...
What deployment goals do you set for yourself throughout military life? Military life can bring a lot of change for a military spouse: frequent moves, deployments, maybe a new job. There could be a new baby too! Life may be different during various stages of military...
Military spouses are lucky. We have chances all throughout the year to recreate ourselves, redefine ourselves, and improve ourselves. So if your resolutions from January 1 are not working out so well, consider these other times when you can make new resolutions.
Spending the holidays with my parents can be refreshing and make deployment speed by. It can also be a huge stressful headache. Whether you are just visiting your parents, or living with them during a deployment, here are some tips for surviving your time at your parents’ house.