Just a quick post about how advanced decisions can benefit you and your family – AND how I do it. It’s easy overall and easy to implement.
I don’t always have bangs, but when I do I cut them myself. It’s the best way to get what I want, but it’s not for everybody.
Another PCS post! This one details how we get a smooth exit each time with a little planning and a lot of common sense.
I use red light therapy in-home to manage and heal my eczema, keratosis pillaris, and the occasional pimple. Treatment costs vary, but my set up is thrifty.
Still receiving mail from past residents? Let me show you how to stop this unwanted mail, it’s fast and easy.
About to have a 12 month old? It’s exciting! Here is what I experienced with my little guy.
About to have a nine-month old? It’s exciting! Here is what I knew to expect with my little guy.
#sharing #raisingbabies #infants
Here’s a part of my PCS Series, this post is about new resources you need to locate in and around your new duty station. A little time now is well spent.
#milspouse #PCSing #beready
Quick talk about the first trimester! Here’s what I learned, and what I accidentally got right. If you’re newly pregnant or working on it – this is for you.
This is the fourth installment of my Cycledesk Progress series that was inspired by an…