This post is about my five favorite things when shopping in my nearest Aafes BX. It’s good to know what I can expect to find on most military installations, and you other travelers know the value of finding familiarity in new places.
Military hops are flights only available to military personnel and their families – it’s not an airline alternative, and you’re kind of responsible for your own conveniences. Here are the things that I always hop with, and I have a great flight.
Picks №42 are a reflection upon the part of our military lives that force one parent to do the work of two.
Is it better to deep clean before or after a move? In this part of my PCS Series I weigh the benefits of both and share my preferred methods.
New week, new picks! Week № 37 looks at life from my perspective as a military spouse, and highlights five things that make my life easier when I am both mom and dad during TDYs and deployments.
Just sharing how and why I started renting special occasion clothes. RTR always has a huge selection of long dresses in my size, and they’ve kept me well dressed for years.
It’s always good to learn your new duty station -whether you live on the installation…
Another PCS post! This one details how we get a smooth exit each time with a little planning and a lot of common sense.
Here’s version two of my Key Spouse folio! Why V.2? Because my old method wasn’t working anymore and needed to change – so I changed it. #freeprintable #contacttracking #spreadsheets
Quick post about Military Spouse Appreciation Day! It’s the Friday before Mothers Day. It doesn’t have a lot of history, but I am happy for it just the same.