Management Training and Professional Development for Military Spouses is Easy and Free at Fort Bliss

Fort Bliss Family & Morale, Welfare and Recreation

My job as the Director of Family Ministries at First Presbyterian Church requires a certain degree of management skills. I am directly responsible for 5 employees, 2 interns, and over 50 volunteers. This is not a skill that comes naturally to me, nor is it one I picked up in school (BA in English and […]

AWTR Interview with Susan Miller

Had the opportunity to co-host AWN when we interviewed Susan Miller, author of After the Boxes Are Unpacked, talking about PCSing and how it affects our relationships. Army Wife Talk Radio Show happens every Monday night at 6pm MST. You can join us during the show for our twitter chat using #armywife to ask questions of the guests or the Core Team. 

Helping Our Hero (and the family) Heal from War

Books for Children Whose Parent may Have Combat Trauma

Helping My Hero, My Hero is Home, and My Hero Hurts are three books I hope you never need. These books are a new addition to Cru Military’s Bridges to Healing Series. They were sent to me a few months ago in exchange for my humble opinion. To be honest, I didn’t want to finish […]

Book Review: Are you a Modern Military Spouse?

Dear Modern Military Spouse, There are a lot of military life help books out there but none quite like this one. This is real, practical advice that doesn’t ask you to live in a 1950s world with tea parties and cute dresses. It dives into today’s challenges of careers, education, friendships, finding our own way, […]

Modern Military Spouse e-book giveaway

The Deployment Toolbox

Resources to help you before, during, and after

Let’s talk deployment. Yes I know, not a favorite topic of mine either. But it’s part of the life and as much as we want to ignore it we know the possibility of another one coming is out there, that is if we aren’t actually in the reality of it now. Here are a few things I’ve […]

Deployment Toolbox

3 Reasons I Am Thankful For My Military Community

Guest Post by Elizabeth from Reluctant Landlord

I have had the pleasure of being a military wife for almost 6 years. As with any amazing journey it has had its ups and it has had many downs. The thing I have noticed is that everyone knows about the downs but the blessing, opportunities and success are glossed over. Over the years I […]