Are you prepared for a natural disaster?

September is National Preparedness month. Are you prepared? This year’s theme is:  Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You CAN!   First things first, do you have an emergency plan for your family? If  you do not already have a plan make Your Emergency Plan today. Here is an Emergency Plan I recommend if you don’t have a plan yet: As a semi-urban survivalist deep down I … Continue reading Are you prepared for a natural disaster?

5 Things I Learned in my First Year as a Milspouse Blogger

Blogging is a creative process just as anything else is from painting to drawing. As a painter, artist, or blogger  you begin with a blank canvas or paper and fill it with your soul. How you are feeling in any given moment and what you want to share with the world. Every creative mind shares and expresses their art differently for me instead of stoking … Continue reading 5 Things I Learned in my First Year as a Milspouse Blogger

This is what you should know when tragedy strikes

When national tragedies occur the aftermath can still be lasting whether you live near of far away from the tragedy at hand. Everywhere we turn it seems we are constantly reminded of the tragedy and the loss of life from news reports on the television or on the radio to social media feeds. As a military wife it can be alarming and shocking when national tragedies happen like the 2015 Chattanooga Shootings which occurred at … Continue reading This is what you should know when tragedy strikes

10 Super Easy ways to Stay Safe when you Live Alone

So, your spouse is deployed or is training away from home. Now, you are on your own at home – alone. What do you need to know about personal safety when living alone? There are many things your can do to be secure and safe. “At the end of the day, the goals are simple: safety and security.” –Jodi Rell I have listed 10 super … Continue reading 10 Super Easy ways to Stay Safe when you Live Alone