Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Top Posts of 2013

As we kick off 2014, we thought we share some details to our top posts of 2013 by our spouse bloggers. These do not include posts about Resources, which also tend to be favorites. We’ll do a separate top 3 list highlighting resources. Here are the top 3 posts for 2013 by our milspouse bloggers […]

Service Members: Underworked/Overpaid or Overworked/Underpaid?

December 17, 2013 by  
Filed under Featured, A Day in the Life, The Way I See It, Tori, Vanessa

Talk of military pay and benefits being cut has stirred something inside a lot of us. Something that makes us question our way of life, something that makes us believe that people think our Service Members are overcompensated for services rendered. Being a Navy spouse of 11.5 years, it shocks me that anyone would think […]

The Great Elf Adventures

December 14, 2012 by  
Filed under Featured, A Day in the Life, Humor, Tori

I am assuming by now that most everyone has seen the sneaky little Elves that take over homes this time of year. You probably either have one or wake up to a news feed of pictures from friends who have them! Santa sends these magic elves and the children get to name him or her […]

The Comfort Team: Review

December 8, 2012 by  
Filed under Featured, Bloggers, The Way I See It, Tori

  A friend and I sneaked off during the day while my kids were at school to see the world premiere of a play. We didn’t really know what it was going to be about or how we were going to like it. We walked to the theater and talked about how good/bad it could […]

Thirty Random Acts of Kindness

December 5, 2012 by  
Filed under A Day in the Life, The Way I See It, Tori

So the big 30? Yes, it just happened! I thought about it for some time, it was coming – and it was coming quick! No big deal, I am not one to get worked up over age. But how in the world do you celebrate that? Being away from family makes birthdays hard for everyone. […]

The Difference In Love

Early in my journey as a military wife, I came to realize that my husband loves his country. He has a love for it that most people will never understand. I remember at times thinking that he must love it more then he loves me. Or maybe he doesn’t love it more; maybe it is […]

November: Epilepsy Awareness Month

November 29, 2012 by  
Filed under Featured, Bloggers, A Day in the Life, health, The Way I See It, Tori

November is a very special month for me and not because it is my birthday month! I will be 30 this year, more on that at later time :/ November is National Epilepsy Awareness Month. It is a cause that I hold near and dear in my heart! My daughter was diagnosed with Epilepsy on […]

Why You Should VOTE!

Millions of Americans will take to the polls and vote today. Do you plan on voting? I voted, but don’t worry I am not going to bore you with who I voted for and why. I am here to tell you that your vote MATTERS!! Democrat, Republican or Independent! Cast your vote for the candidate […]

2 Dinners and… a Lack of OPSEC!

In the last week, my family and I have gone out twice for dinner. In both of our adventures, we were seated next to tables that consisted of 2 or 3 women with 2 or 3 kids apiece. Needless to say it was a little loud and rowdy at times. I have 3 kids myself […]

Be On The Show: Break the Cycle: Supporting Those Who Support You!

October 12, 2012 by  
Filed under Bloggers, Podcast / Radio Show, Tori, Be on the Show

We are looking for guests and YOUR input!! Upcoming Show: Giving Your FRG a Second Chance! Want to know what the goal of this show is? To promote a healthy discussion of the negative experiences of spouses with FRG’s and /or Ombudsman. And to tell how these experiences have ultimately helped you and what positive […]

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