5 Summer Reads for Military Spouses

By Rheanna Christine, National Guard Spouse I don’t know about you, but I’ve finally reached that point in my mom life where I finally have more time to read. When you’re younger you spend a lot of time reading for school; you long for the time where you can simply read for fun. For those Read more about 5 Summer Reads for Military Spouses[…]

Mil-Spouses Starting Over: Take Time to Create the Best You

By Rebecca Alwine, Army Spouse You may have guessed it, but I have moving on the brain. It’s probably because I’m thinking ahead. Two weeks from today, we’ll be leaving our duty station on to our next adventure. Am I excited? Sure. Am I nervous about what’s in store? A little. Am I ready? Yes! Read more about Mil-Spouses Starting Over: Take Time to Create the Best You[…]

Your Colorado Springs Bucket List

By Paige Keyser, Air Force Spouse If you live or have visited Colorado Springs you know that there are many awesome things to see and do.  You’ve probably been to Garden of the Gods, driven or taken the Cog Railway up to the top of Pikes Peak, taken a tour of the United States Olympic Read more about Your Colorado Springs Bucket List[…]

Going Out with a Bang at Your Current Duty Station

By D’Antrese McNeil, PCSgrades Blogger Affiliate No matter if you love or hate your current duty station, it will always be an important era etched into your life. So, why not make your last memories of it the best you’ve ever had? I’ll be honest, NAS Patuxent River had very little to offer this big Read more about Going Out with a Bang at Your Current Duty Station[…]

Making Healthy Choices on Spring Break

By Claire Yanta-O’Mahoney, PCSgrades Guest Blogger Spring break is just around the corner!  Who loves to travel?  All hands go up.  Who loves that sluggish, blah feeling that comes about after you return home when you think about all the rich food and lack of activity that occurred while you were gone?  No hands. Well, Read more about Making Healthy Choices on Spring Break[…]

Tips For a Heart-Healthy Lifestyle

By Claire Yanta-O’Mahoney  Lub-dub,  lub dub, lub dub. No, I’m not referring to the sounds of fireworks or loud bass. This is the sound of your heart beating, which it has done for your entire life without skipping a beat!  Your ticker is one of your most vital organs and without it, life is not Read more about Tips For a Heart-Healthy Lifestyle[…]

Tips for Sticking to Those New Year’s Resolutions

By Claire Yanta-O’Mahoney Oh, the new year of 2017! How exciting! Fresh slate! Time for changes! But also a bit daunting considering the pressure of resolutions perhaps?! Instead of setting goals, trying your best to achieve them, but then feeling discouraged and overwhelmed, then eventually throwing in the towel, let’s make 2017 the year where Read more about Tips for Sticking to Those New Year’s Resolutions[…]

New Year’s Resolutions for a Milspouse

By Carla Olivo, PCSgrades Director of Strategic Communications Looking to Lose 20 Lbs or Have the Smoothest PCS Ever? Over the years, I’ve made my share of New Year’s resolutions. Lose 20 pounds…Check! Have more patience…..Check! Some years I am very specific. My goal might be to get through an upcoming PCS without killing anyone. Read more about New Year’s Resolutions for a Milspouse[…]

Give Yourself the Gift of Healthy Choices

By Claire Yanta-O’Mahoney Tis the season! The holidays are officially in full swing. This busy time of year is full of parties of all varieties: office parties, neighborhood parties, friend get-togethers, family gatherings and then Christmas itself! It’s a blast but it can also be stressful, especially when you know that tasty treats are around Read more about Give Yourself the Gift of Healthy Choices[…]

When Your House Makes You Unhappy, it’s Okay to Move

Article by: Tara O’Meara Receiving military PCS orders isn’t the only time military families move. Sometimes we move because the house we thought would be perfect wasn’t everything we had hoped for. Sometimes we move because our families expand and we feel a need to have more space. Sometimes we move because our neighborhood feels Read more about When Your House Makes You Unhappy, it’s Okay to Move[…]