5 Commissary Website Resources That Will Save You More Money

We live in such a busy world and rush to work or rush to do errands or rush home. All we seems to do is rush and try to figure things out as we go. Whether you live on base or not, are a stay at home mom or work; saving money in this economy […]

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How to be an Ally for LGBT Military Families

Check out my guest post blog on Jo, My Gosh!   Pin This: What are some ways you have been an Ally for for LGBT Families in your area? Leave a comment and share you thought!

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Bill of Rights Day – December 15, 2015

Our spouses fight to uphold and defend the Constitution with their lives. Today, is the Bill of Rights Day.  What does that mean to you and your family? I feel that its important to understand what our spouses truly fight for when they defend our country. The Constitution was constructed over 226 years ago becoming […]

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What happens when devastating terror is too close to home?

What happens when terrorism happens just around the corner from you house? There is really nothing you can do other than know what do when terrorism happens. I don’t think you can really prepare yourself for something so devastating. Terrorism: What does it really insight? Basically, from what I could see online terrorism is any violent […]

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Happy Veterans Day 2015: 5 Quick Links to Discounts on Veteran’s Day

Today is Veteran’s Day and we thank all those who have served our country and continue to serve even now. I am here at Knott’s Berry with my wife Vanessa celebrating her prior serve in the Army.I hope you have a wonderful day! Check out this quick list of Military discounts avaible today. How do […]

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Be Together On 9/11: HONOR. REMEMBER. REUNITE.

Today is 9/11 and we are reminded of our Freedoms and Liberties as Americans in the United States.  Terrorists wanted to defeat us through heinous acts of violence but did not succeed. “Since 2002, September 11 has been celebrated as Patriot Day to honor the memory of the nearly 3,000 who died in the Sept. […]

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