15 Inspiring LGBT Milspouse Blog Posts You Need to Read

Things have changed recently in the past few years regarding same-sex marriage which is now legal in all 50 states of the United States. However, sometimes it can still feel like as a LGBTQ  military spouse you can feel alone or isolated. Back in 2015 I didn’t see very many LGBT military spouse websites. I […]

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The Best Free Printables Every Milspouse Needs to keep Organized

Who doesn’t love something for free? Life is tough as it is. I thought it would be useful if I created a blog post about where to find free printable to help you get organized. As a milspouse you are always trying to keep it in line on the home front. Support is welcomed and […]

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This is the One Ultimate Quick Fix for Overcoming Loneliness

Loneliness can creep in to anyone’s relationship whether you are married or dating. Long distance training, constant PCS moves, new job assignments or deployments are the norm for you and your spouse.  Being a military spouse you soon realized your spouse may not always be close to home or home at all. As your spouse embarks or […]

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27 of the Best Military Spouse Holiday Blog Posts

  I personally love this time of the year when all the fall and winter holidays are upon us.  Over the summer, I recently moved from a house to an apartment to be closer to my wife base. I don’t really have as much space as I use to in the house. As I moved, […]

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14 Fabulous Fall Themed Care Packages

Fall is here today. It’s September 22, 2017 its officially fall! Now you can start creating those crafty fall care packages. If you spouse significant other is deployed they will probably be miss all the comforters of home, especially during fall when football is getting back into full swing, the weather is cooling off and all the […]

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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 […]

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Hurry up and Wait and What it Really Means

In the late 1940’s the Military began using “hurry and wait” a saying  that officially became one of many unofficial motto’s still practiced today. What does hurry up and wait really mean? The idea of hurry up and wait is to be ready on time without compliant or worry and be ready to what for the next […]

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