4Unusual TipsTo Keep You Sane In Your Next PCS Last week I shared how technology saved my sanity more than once during our recent PCS. I also shared that this PCS was so different from any of our other movesbecause the short notice prevented us from being able to schedule movers AND meet my soldiers report date. At first it seemed like an impossible situation but as we sorted through so many different options we settled on a FULL DITY(aka Do it yourself). While I don’t know if its the perfect option for us it did have it’s perks – like the fact that I knew where everything was throughout the ... read more
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Top 3 Military PCS Tips Guest Post by SpouseLink.Org SofiaAlejandra9 has seen her share of military moves. From Colorado to Belgium to Washington, she and her family have learned a few things about PCSing. Here are her top 3 tips for you to keep in mind while preparing for your next relocation. 1 . Don’t procrastinate Once your service member gets their PCS orders, start planning from that moment. 2. Make lists The housing department will give you a list for your house. From there, make lists of things you want to get rid of, things you want to pack and things you want to take with you. 3. Do... read more
It’s Time to PCS… Military Spouse Advocacy Network By: Rose Holland News of a PCS can bring a mix of emotions. For spouses this includes the knowledge that we are leaving yet another job and going to yet another unknown location. So, how do you keep your career moving along with your PCS? It is not easy, but you can do it and there are a number of ways. The first thing you need to do is dust off your resume and Linked-In profile, update them with your recent accomplishments (think what you did, how and what were the results). Realistically assess your situation. What type of positions you are... read more
5 Ways to Stay Present Through a PCS, and Beyond By SpouseLink.Org “No matter where you go, there you are.” So true on so many levels. Just likethe members ofalmost every Military Family, guest blogger and MilSpouse Laurie Borrett can relate. She has returned to SpouseLink to share with us her tips, wisdom and inspiration for making a military PCSfrom here to there… and staying in the moment every mile of the way. Read her thoughts and advicebelow. In a rare quiet moment, I allowed myself to sink into reflection. The warm soapy water at my feet swirling towards the drain, the window lazily fo... read more
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SpouseLink.Org | February 12, 2017 Here’s the good news: There’s still time to shop for gifts and groceries for your Valentine! Here’s the other good news: Even if you’re not with the one you love on Valentine’s Day, you can still create a delicious meal celebrating your love for each other, and enjoy it with friends and family. And we’re about to make it a whole lot easier for you. We’ve compiled the elements of a perfectly romantic Valentine’s Day dinner for you. All of the recipes below have been adaptedfrom theMilitary Spouses who contributed to the Belvoir Officers’ Wives Cookbook (2001-... read more
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