National Guard/Reserve

Army Emergency Relief Expands Assistance for National Guard

The Army Emergency Relief program has expanded its financial assistance eligibility for Army National Guard and Reserve Soldiers impacted by COVID-19 missions or policy. Reserve and National Guard personnel mobilized in support of COVID-19 relief efforts can now request AER support upon Title 10 or Title 32 activation. Soldiers can also receive AER assistance forContinue Reading “Army Emergency Relief Expands Assistance for National Guard”

Deployment/PCS

5 Useful Tips For Military Families Buying Home Furniture

Getting the classiest furniture for your ultra-cool bedroom may seem like a herculean task but it’s worth the effort when you take a look at your accomplishment and marvel at the great aesthetics. While some may find buying furniture easy, others may not have the same knack. So, here are a few handy tips toContinue Reading “5 Useful Tips For Military Families Buying Home Furniture”

Finance/Money Veterans

Planning for Retirement: Support Services and Sources of Income for Military Families

An estimated 2.21 military personnel are expected to retire between 2017 to 2027. This figure represents those who are forecasted to leave the service due to regular or reserve retirement, temporary or permanent disability and temporary early retirement (Statista). Leaving the military is a daunting prospect for many not only because of going back toContinue Reading “Planning for Retirement: Support Services and Sources of Income for Military Families”

Homefront

The Invisible Line of Parenting

“The invisible line of parenting,”-it’s a phrase I coined, and one I should probably consider copyrighting. It starts like this; you’re going along doing something that is working for your child or children, then one day out of nowhere you’ve crossed the invisible line. That certain something you’ve been doing suddenly isn’t working. Why? BecauseContinue Reading “The Invisible Line of Parenting”