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How to Help your Military Kid Adjust to a New School

How to Help your Military Kid Adjust to a New School #military #militarychild #militarylife #pcs

Moving is hard. Even as an adult it’s hard to pack up your life and head to a new area, so you can imagine how hard it is for children. Children of military families move much more often than their civilian counterparts. Changing schools is scary, everything is new, things are done differently, and they […] Read more…

7 Tips for a PCS Move During The Winter

Tips for a PCS Move In The Winter, Military, Holidays

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of CORT. All opinions are 100% mine. The time of year when a military has a PCS to a different duty station can definitely have an effect on how smoothly the PCS will go. Summers are generally known as “PCS season”, as it seems the […] Read more…

7 Tips for Military Families Visiting Disneyland

7 Tips for Military Families Visiting Disneyland

This post is sponsored by Government Vacation Rewards via Sofluential Media Enter those Disneyland gates and your senses are immediately overwhelmed. The smells of the churros and popcorn, the sounds of Disney music and excited families, the sight of the Sleeping Beauty’s castle in the distance, it all feels truly magical. If you’re on the […] Read more…

12 Legit Work From Home Jobs For Military Spouses

12 Legit Work From Home Jobs For Military Spouses, How to make real money working from home

Employment for military spouses always comes up as a hot topic. As a military spouse, I can personally say… it’s fricking hard! Military families move all the time, or their spouses have unpredictable schedules, or they’re located in rural duty stations with little to not job opportunities. A job is one thing, a career is another. […] Read more…

How I Made $3000+ a Month As A Military Spouse Working From Home

How I Make $3000 As A Military Spouse Working From Home

With towers of moving boxes all around me, I sat alone in our new house. It was quiet. My husband just left for work. We had just PCS’d to a new duty station and I was four months pregnant at the time. Of course, we had to go from one of the most expensive duty […] Read more…