Review of “Happily Joint: The Secret to Relationship Resiliency”

Synopsis With over twenty years of marital experience, Kenneth and Maxine Reyes share valuable insight on making a marriage strong and resilient. They have both served in the United States military and know first-hand the unique challenges that military life can place on a marriage and how to overcome them.  In this workbook, they share

Subscription Boxes Perfect for Military Families

  Over the last few years, subscription boxes have gained extreme popularity with their specially curated themes and one of a kind items. After all, who doesn’t like getting happy mail or a special package delivered each month? Military families especially need this lovely happy mail as they face deployments, frequent moves, and numerous life

Breastfeeding Tips for New Moms & TRICARE Breast Pumps

The Breastfeeding Journey While every new mom has a beautiful vision of happily breastfeeding her newborn baby, most do not always realize that breastfeeding may take some time and work. All moms and babies are different and that can lead to an easy experience, a difficult one, or a painful one. This is why it

Review of “Mommy’s Big, Red Monster Truck”

Travel is a huge part of military life, whether it is planned or unplanned. How can you incorporate an appreciation for all of those places your family has visited into your children’s lives? Local military spouse author Alison Paul Klakowiz has made that easy in her children’s book “Mommy’s Big, Red Monster Truck.”   Disclaimer:

WOW: Women on Writing’s Blog Book Tour: Review of “Born Under Fire”

Synopsis: Born Under Fire is a historical novel that takes place during the 1930’s. It paints a wonderful picture of what life was like when Jews were forced to flee the rule of Hitler and escaped to Israel. As you follow the life of the main character, Shula, you learn about the deeply embedded traditions

The Importance of Writing During Deployment

*Guest Post from Author Rina Neiman* I have never served in the military, but I am half-Israeli, which is synonymous with being from a military family. Israel is a country where every citizen must serve in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) when they turn 18. Women serve for 2 years and men for 3. In

Pregnancy after Loss

Pregnancy and infant loss are two of the most devastating situations moms can face. It takes so much strength to recover from that type of tragedy. When a woman does get pregnant again after loss, how is the next pregnancy for her emotionally? This month’s post in the “Finding Your Strength” series will detail what

7 Meaningful Ways to Volunteer in the Fort Bragg Community

Over the last 3 years, I have found my own strength in military life through volunteer service to the local military community. The great thing about Fort Bragg is that there are ample opportunities to volunteer, no matter what your schedule may be. Many special events need volunteers throughout the year, while other organizations simply

Experienced Military Moms Offer Advice to Military Spouse Moms-to-Be

Military moms have more than the transition of motherhood to adjust to. Often times than not, they have to adjust to motherhood while separated from their spouse due to deployments or TDY’s. Many do not live near their family or support system, which can make this transition very scary. In hopes of helping new military