Date Your Spouse Homefront Relationships

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”

Homefront Military Kids/Special Needs

The Ultimate Guide to Swimming Safety For Kids

Guest Post By Jenny Silverstone from Mom Loves Best Are you worried the lifeguard will have to give you CPR this summer for cardiac arrest while you worry over your child’s safety while she’s swimming? Do you wonder what you can do to prevent your child from drowning? Water safety, especially for young children, isContinue Reading “The Ultimate Guide to Swimming Safety For Kids”

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”