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Using Mindfulness to Create Your Experience Moment by Moment

Using Mindfulness to Create Your Experience Moment by Moment

Guest Post by Michele Sammons Mindfulness is a way of being present and paying attention to all the little details around you. I like to think of mindfulness as choice. Each moment, each here-and-now is full of possibilities and potentials. When you become fully...

6 Tips for Finding High Quality Childcare at Your New Duty Station

6 Tips for Finding High Quality Childcare at Your New Duty Station

The early years are crucial for development, building a sense of self, trust, social and emotional skills, a love of learning, and so much more. A negative experience in any of these areas can have lasting effects on children and their educational journey. This is why...

Review of “The Invisible Vegan”

Review of “The Invisible Vegan”

Have you ever wondered what changing your diet could do for your life? Maybe you have tried a few fad diets that gave you short term results but not a lifestyle change that worked for you. A plant-based diet is not a new concept, but is gaining traction in many...

12 Raw Truths About Motherhood No One Warns You About

12 Raw Truths About Motherhood No One Warns You About

I became a first time mom not only at the age of 40, due to infertility, but also right smack dab in the middle of a national pandemic. My son was barely six months old when the entire world shut down in March of 2020. All of the socializing we were out doing, the...

6 Ways Military Spouses Can Empathize with Meghan Markle

6 Ways Military Spouses Can Empathize with Meghan Markle

After Meghan and Harry’s mind boggling interview with Oprah last week, the chatter about whether people agree or disagree with what was discussed in the interview has blown up social media and the news media at large. I am a big fan of Princess Diana and see how...

Understanding PTSD For Veterans

Understanding PTSD For Veterans

Having a family member or loved one in military service can be a turbulent and difficult journey.Though a veteran’s return may include happy moments and recovering lost time, it can also mean coping with post-traumatic stress disorder, a psychological disorder that...

Review of “I Move A Lot And That’s Okay”

Review of “I Move A Lot And That’s Okay”

Military families move often. In fact, they move, on average, every 2-3 years. I Move A Lot And That’s Okay is a book that approaches all that military children go through before, during, and after a PCS (Primary Change of Station). Grace, the main character, walks...

Finding Your Strength: Identity & Purpose in Military Life

Finding Your Strength: Identity & Purpose in Military Life

  You can do hard things.    First of all, you made it through 2020. Congratulations! That was a hard year. However, not only did you make it through 2020…you made it through as a milspouse. Double congrats to you because that is twice as hard.  My name is...

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