The Lesson I Learned from my iPhone Battery

It’s no secret that many aspects of our lives, especially as military spouses, are very serious. The challenges, the unknowns, the changed no-plan-plans. All. Of. It. And if we aren’t careful, we (ahem, as in– myself) can get sucked down with a pretty negative attitude. In the seriousness of this world, I’m on a mission […]

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Coping with PCS Behavioral Changes: 6 Ways to Help a Biting Child

Our 3-year-old’s favorite book is Maurice Sendak’s Where the Wild Things Are. We’ve checked it out from the library so many times now, I think we would be doing all of the other patrons a favor if we just paid for it and called it good. Really, it’s no wonder he likes it so much. […]

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Where to Find Help When You Need It

As many of you are, I am part of several military spouse groups. While I don’t always engage, I have learned quite a bit just from watching the interactions members have with each other. But there is one question I see over and over again that I almost always chime in on. Not because I […]

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