Health/Beauty Mental Health/Wellness

Staying Positive When Illness Strikes

When you’re diagnosed with an illness, especially a chronic one, you’re likely to experience a mix of emotions. Many people feel some sense of relief with a diagnosis because they finally understand what’s happening with their body. But then, there’s the inevitable feeling of hopelessness. Even if you suspected something was wrong, there’s no denyingContinue Reading “Staying Positive When Illness Strikes”

Date Your Spouse

No Babysitter? No Problem! 5 Stay-At-Home Date Night Ideas

Sponsored post by Angela Caban for USAA Community. Almost every relationship column you read will state in order to keep sparks flying, you have to date your spouse! Just because you are married doesn’t mean you should stop dating, and I fully agree with this statement. Military spouses know a thing or two about goingContinue Reading “No Babysitter? No Problem! 5 Stay-At-Home Date Night Ideas”

Career/Education Finance/Money

Student Loan Repayment Companies You Should Know About

According to the 2018 Employee Benefits Report, very few companies offer employer-sponsored student loan repayment benefits. Borrowers who get an employer’s student loan repayment privilege can make extra payments, and therefore be able to pay off their debt faster and with less interest. Here are some of the companies that can help you pay offContinue Reading “Student Loan Repayment Companies You Should Know About”

Date Your Spouse Finance/Money Homefront

A Budget Friendly Valentine’s Day

“Love does not cost a thing, but it demands the most precious part of our being – the heart; easy to give but hard to get back, so give it to those worthy of it.” ~unknown Personal spending limitations can put a damper on the best of intentions. However, love does not equal expensive jewelry or aContinue Reading “A Budget Friendly Valentine’s Day”