During the last 20 years we have had some memorable holidays: with military ‘family,’ overseas, and with single service members. Use these creative holiday traditions to celebrate wherever you are.
Whether your service member is deployed, or you are living far from your family, here are creative ways military families can connect during the moments that matter.
Over the years, we have adapted to all the challenges, and have learned an important lesson about celebrating holidays: the military IS your family. So no matter where you find yourself this year, here are some creative ways to adapt and have a great time with your military family.
It wasn’t until I lived outside of America that I realized how much of the Fall season is a cultural celebration. Yet in many parts of the world, ‘pumpkin spice’ is a foreign language.
A PCS move, or Permanent Change of Station is when a military member has orders to move from one duty station to another. The military will pay them to relocate their family and their belongings to the new station. Here is how to make PCS moves easier for your family!
For American military families stationed overseas, the 4th of July is a unique holiday to celebrate our nation’s history and treasure national symbols like the flag.
The military forces service members and spouses outside their comfort zones, to live in diverse communities with neighbors from around the world… and that’s a good thing.
Here are the details about what to pack when you move overseas (and what to leave behind!) When you get orders to move overseas, you start to look at all of your belongings differently. We definitely started to question, "Why do we have so much stuff?" The good news...
Learn 12 great tips on how military families can save cash when traveling abroad! Visit Expedia here to sign up for the Military Offer now. The military offer provides complimentary Expedia+ Gold Status to anyone that signs up by verifying their military status. It’s...
If you have spent any time living overseas, you know it can be fun... and challenging, too. Two years ago, we left Spain to return to America. Like some lucky military families, we had the opportunity to receive orders overseas. We lived in Southern Spain at Naval...