Out & About San Antonio Spring Edition

Out & About San Antonio Spring Edition

Parades and Festivals are what San Antonio is all about in the spring. Whether stationed at Randolph AFB, Lackland AFB, or Fort Sam Houston, there is no shortage of things to see and do in Old San Antonio. So get ready to get out and about and make this spring one to remember! Out & Read more about Out & About San Antonio Spring Edition[…]

Camp Lejeune spring edition

Out & About Camp Lejeune – Spring Edition

By Sarah Hogan, Navy Spouse With Camp Lejeune’s proximity to the intercoastal waterway and Atlantic ocean, you don’t need a house on the dune to feel like you live at the beach.  We are ready to head outdoors for sun and sand after the unseasonably cold and snowy winter here in eastern North Carolina. Our Read more about Out & About Camp Lejeune – Spring Edition[…]

PCSing with Fido & Fluffy

Tips for PCSing with Fido​ & Fluffy

By Natasha Harth, Military Spouse PCSing Moving can bring a whirlwind of emotions for the entire family, and it can be especially difficult for those that don’t have a voice. I don’t just mean our children. Well, in a way they are our children. I’m talking about our pets! Integral members of the family, yet Read more about Tips for PCSing with Fido​ & Fluffy[…]

Love Hampton Roads

Why I Love Being Stationed in Hampton Roads

By Elizabeth Hedger, Air Force Spouse When my husband and I got word that we were PCSing to Langley we were shocked. It wasn’t a base that Tanker pilots normally move to so we had very little knowledge about it. With seven moves behind us our family of five was seasoned at moving and we Read more about Why I Love Being Stationed in Hampton Roads[…]

11 Space-A Do’s and Don’ts

By Stephanie Montague, Military Spouse     If you’ve been following the PCSgrades blog series on Space-A travel, you’ve learned a lot over the past 9 months. You know the Space-A basics, what to pack, how to travel with kids, and what resources to access for more information. Space A Travel Before you claim expert status, Read more about 11 Space-A Do’s and Don’ts[…]

Out & About Destin – Spring Edition

By Rebecca Alwine, Army Spouse It was a colder winter than usual in the Florida panhandle, but as the sun slowly gets warmer, the beaches are starting to fill up. There are some great opportunities this spring to explore your new duty station or hit up some old favorites before you PCS this summer. Here are Read more about Out & About Destin – Spring Edition[…]

Moving to Joint Base Langley-Eustis? What Military & Veteran Families Need to Know!

By Carla Olivo, USMC Spouse So you are headed to Joint Base Langley-Eustis! The Hampton Roads area, often called “military-centric” is the birthplace of Colonial America and has the largest concentration of military installations of any metro area in the world. Nearly a fourth of the nation’s active-duty military personnel are stationed here. All five Read more about Moving to Joint Base Langley-Eustis? What Military & Veteran Families Need to Know![…]

Putting Education first for Military Kids

By Carla Olivo, USMC Spouse For military families who have ever faced the prospect of low quality education options at their assigned duty station, legislation proposed in Washington D.C. is sure to be welcome news. Military Kids & Education The Military Education Savings Act of 2018, introduced by U.S. Senators Ben Sasse (R-NE) and Tim Read more about Putting Education first for Military Kids[…]

11 Things to Know About Flying Space-A With Kids

By Stephanie Montague, Military Spouse         If you’re new to Space-A flying – or you’re planning your first Space-A adventure with the kiddos – we’ve got you covered. Here are 11 important things you need to know about flying Space A with kids: how to plan, what to bring, and how to stay Read more about 11 Things to Know About Flying Space-A With Kids[…]

Things to Keep in Mind When Renting Off Post/Base

By Bobbi Pack, Army Spouse You decided that this time around you don’t want to live on post/base so you have made the decision to rent from a civilian company and/or landlord.  Totally understandable, many military families choose this route, in fact we did several times.  I don’t want to scare or overwhelm you, but there are Read more about Things to Keep in Mind When Renting Off Post/Base[…]