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We are the Hands and Feet: The MilSpouse and Job Hunting Blues

Milspousing (military spouse-ing) ain't easy.  And while we might have been excited about joining this lifestyle, it's unfair to say that we knew what was coming down the pike.  We. Did. Not.  Now, I wrote a blurb about the challenges military spouses face.  But today, I want to specifically discuss how gosh dern difficult it… Continue reading We are the Hands and Feet: The MilSpouse and Job Hunting Blues

The Army Life Journey

The Restless Military Spouse

"She stood in the storm; and when the storm did not blow her way, she adjusted her sails"- Elizabeth Edwards The life of a military spouse is adventurous, to say the least!  You get to travel to, and live in, all kinds of new and different places, at the expense of the government, and you… Continue reading The Restless Military Spouse

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5 Reasons Why You Should Make Your On-Base House a Home

So you got orders, again.  It is time to pack up and move, again.  It’ll be time to figure out what on Earth to do with those white (or beige) walls.  I believe that regardless of where you are stationed, or what kind of house you are dealt, you can make any place your home.… Continue reading 5 Reasons Why You Should Make Your On-Base House a Home

Army Life, Mom Life, Parenting, The Army Life Journey, The Momming Journey

What Your Early Childhood Teacher Wants You to Know

“It’s a rare person who can take care of hearts as well as take care of business”- Unknown I spent a total of 2 years working for Child and Youth Services (CYS), an organization that caters to the needs of the families assigned to Army installations throughout the world.  Part of the CYS structure includes… Continue reading What Your Early Childhood Teacher Wants You to Know

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Davis Family, Next Stop…

For those of you who follow me or know me personally, y'all know that I am married to an active duty soldier in the US Army, which means that we get the privilege (and sometimes pain) of moving around quite a bit.  Every three years (although it could be more or less than) active duty… Continue reading Davis Family, Next Stop…