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Should We Stay Or Should We Go: Bonding As a Married Couple and Family Unit

By: Sarah Peachy One thing I’ve learned over the last decade as a military spouse is that the military consumes a lot of my husband’s time. Even when he’s home, he isn’t always there because of work calls or stress. When we have time to take a break and get away from the installation, weContinue Reading “Should We Stay Or Should We Go: Bonding As a Married Couple and Family Unit”

Health/Beauty Mental Health/Wellness

5 Tips to Slay Your Summer

Already feeling tempted to slack on your fitness this summer? Guard Your Health, a health and wellness campaign for Army National Guard Soldiers, is here to help you reach your health and fitness goals. Use these tips and resources to slay your summer: Challenge accepted: Grab some buddies and take Guard Your Health’s Slay SummerContinue Reading “5 Tips to Slay Your Summer”

Finance/Money

April is Financial Literacy Month – Here’s What Military Families Need to Know

It’s no secret that most couples don’t enjoy talking about money, but not addressing this major part of your relationship can cause serious stress. A recent study found that about 30 percent of couples disagree on finances at least once a month. For military couples, who have different financial considerations than their civilian counterparts, itContinue Reading “April is Financial Literacy Month – Here’s What Military Families Need to Know”

Homefront Political/News Veterans

Never For a Parade

I’ve been a military spouse for over a decade, my husband has served for two. He’s given twenty years to this nation – meaning he joined during a time of peace. His time has deployed him to three regions, taken years from his family, made him a strong leader, a hard-worker, and a deeply-devoted soldier.Continue Reading “Never For a Parade”