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By Grace Carter SpouseLink Guest Blogger Writing a well-written resume that will get the right attention is hard enough, but it can be even more uncomfortable for a Military Spouse. When many Military Spouses are ready to go back to work, their resumes aren’t always ready due to years of deployments and solo-parenting. A resume […]

As if the Army-Navy series doesn’t have enough excitement, this weekend’s first pitch will be thrown out at one of America’s most famous and revered baseball stadiums: Boston’s Fenway Park. After losing out on a bid to host Army-Navy football games — an honor awarded to Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field, for now — the home […]

By Charlene Wilde Assistant Secretary, AAFMAA What has AAFMAA meant to me? When I started working in the Survivor Assistance department at the American Armed Forces Mutual Aid Association (AAFMAA) in 2015, I had no idea how much this company would impact my own former Military Family. Within months after accepting my position, my father […]

National Gardening Month (April) is in full swing and Earth Day is right around the corner, making now the perfect time to pull on your work boots, load up the wheelbarrow, and get down and dirty in your backyard. This month’s digging and lugging will blossom into a fragrant oasis as the season progresses, but […]

If you’ve fallen out of love with some of the items that make up your daily wardrobe, it may be time for a swap! That’s what MilSpouses in Stuttgart, Germany, recently did with SpouseLink Ambassador Jessica in attendance, sharing news about SpouseLink along with some fun giveaways. What did they think of the event? Hear how […]

There’s no denying the simple comfort of a warm grilled cheese sandwich. They’ve been popular since World War II, much like the equally-beloved peanut butter and jelly sandwich, when Navy cooks toasted up countless “American cheese filling sandwiches” for hungry sailors. Many iterations of the recipe have appeared since then, combining several different types of […]

There are really only two types of people in this world: dog people and cat people. And when it comes to which furry friends make the best pet, each side has a laundry list of reasons why canines or felines reign supreme over the pet kingdom. But cats and dogs aren’t always the pets of choice. Look […]

Sure, you could simply drink a glass of wine to whisk away your day’s cares. Or you could escape into the calm and tranquility of a yoga class. Then again, you could do both and create fun memories by sharing the moment with a few MilSpouse friends. Recently, SpouseLink Ambassador Debbie did just that when […]

SpouseLink Ambassador Jessica assembled a bunch of MilSpouse Bunco players in Stuttgart, Germany, over the 2017 holidays. By the looks of things, they had a blast playing and chatting with each other as Jessica shared information about SpouseLink and AAFMAA to help support their Military Families. Was the event a lot of fun or a lot […]

It’s springtime in Florida… and how did SpouseLink Ambassador Tara welcome in the season? She helped spread the word about AAFMAA and SpouseLink to her local military family community at MacDill Air Force Base’s recent annual Easter Egg Hunt. The event took place March 24, 2018, and was full of fun festivities, lots of candy-filled […]

If you ask the True Neapolitan Pizza Association (Associazione Verace Pizza napoletana (AVPN)), there is only one correct way to make a pizza. Devoted to preserving “authentic” pizza, the AVPN has a set of International Regulations that dictate exactly how a pizza should be made: 30-35cm in diameter with a soft and elastic texture and […]

SpouseLink Ambassador Gisella hosted a “succulent” dinner party for Military Spouses in her Camp Lejeune community. They gathered together for fun and feasting in March 2018, and learned a bit about SpouseLink’s mission to support, inform and inspire military spouses at home and abroad. The event was catered by Burrito Shack and Little Caesars (for […]

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