The holidays are on, and so is this challenge. Who’s got game?
They’re as delicious as they look! Crispy potatoes. What’s not to love?
Get into the holiday spirit with these handcrafted DIY ornaments!
Live far from those you love? 3 ways to connect across the miles.
Looking for unique holiday gifts? Shop with a military spouse!
Makeup artist Zabrena shows you how to look beautiful this season.
Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, but there are some simple activities or preparations that will make the season unforgettable for your kids. These simple additions will make the season sparkle for your little ones. Try these 10 tips for a magical Christmas and your kids will want to keep these traditions every year.
Looking for a classic chocolate holiday cookie? Try this favorite!
Are the holidays weighing on your wallet? Keep these 3 things in mind.
What a great idea to send out a military care package this Christmas. This is a perfect time to get involved, whether you are sending one to a loved one or to a package giving organization. Here are a few quick tips that explain what to put in and leave out of Christmas care packages for military members.
Think about last year during the holiday season. When did you spend the most amount of money? I bet it was the last two weeks before Christmas day. People often spend more money when they do not have a plan or when they wait to the last minute. Here are some money saving tips for the holidays to keep the spending in check and create a more enjoyable holiday.
Are you and your military spouse friends up for a fun, friendly challenge like this? Moving with the Military has gotten crafty for the holidays. And we think you should challenge your own MilSpouse friends to put their creativity to the test. What does it take to pull this off? Well… how about a little ingenuity… […]
In the mood for something savory, crunchy and mouth-wateringly delicious? Add this recipe for latkes by Tori Avey to your menu. What’s a latke, you may ask? It’s a traditional dish made from potatoes, eggs, onion, and salt and pepper to celebrate Hanukkah. Tori shares their history on her website, where you’ll find the complete recipe […]
The holiday season is shifting into full-swing now. Get into the holiday spirit by gathering up a bunch of supplies and showing off your creative skills with these 50+ holiday ornaments, featured in GoodHousekeeping.com‘s slideshow of 50+ Homemade Christmas Ornaments to Hang on Your Tree. Just think about how you can alter some of these designs to create […]
By Kay Bransford SpouseLink Guest Blogger My in-laws live states away but are very interested in being involved and staying connected to our kids. On every visit with the grandparents, my kids will spend time giving an iPhone or iPad tutorial. However, it’s usually been to answer questions. On our last visit, we set up these […]
By Lindsay Alano SpouseLink Guest Blogger A week after my husband (Jay) and I wed, he received orders that he was to deploy to Qatar in six months. At the time, my husband was a Senior Airman, stationed in Hawaii. When we received the news about his deployment, my heart shattered. I started asking the […]
SpouseLink Ambassador Angel treated Military Spouses at the South Community Center on Fort Carson to food and snacks on behalf of SpouseLink, on November 4, 2017. The event — which gave MilSpouse businesswomen a chance to sell their products and services to local military families — was such a success for these businesswomen that another […]
SpouseLink Ambassador Angel attended the Army/Air Force Pep Rally and bonfire, outside of The Hub on Ft. Carson on behalf of SpouseLink and AAFMAA, November 3, 2017. It was a brisk, chilly day, so Angel handed out hot chocolate and hot cider,which, she noted, went over very well with the crowd! If you’re wondering who won the game […]
MilLife means having to accept and deal with uncertainty, long distance love, and lonely nights. This can happen any time throughout the year, but the holiday season often makes time apart even harder to handle. Depending on your spouse’s assigned mission, deployment normally lasts anywhere from three to 18 months. But as you know, plans […]
By Ashley Kornee SpouseLink Guest Blogger Travel opportunities are sometimes few and far in between for military families. Husbands and wives who serve the U.S. military can often have just enough time to see their families, and no time to think about vacations or off-duty activities. Luckily, there are numerous organizations, military camps and facilities that offer discounts, specialized […]
The season for big bows, shiny gift wrap and the fragrant smell of pine is right around the corner. It’s hard to believe that the holiday season is already upon us. But before you know it, you’ll be ringing in the New Year with friends and family — so you need to get a jumpstart on […]
By Nelma Lumme SpouseLink Guest Blogger College education has always been a priority of young ambitious people in the U.S. Some of them opt for more than that, however, choosing to both learn something new and serve their country in the process. The U.S. is one of the top countries when it comes to military […]
SpouseLink Ambassador Jessica was on the scene at Camp Lejeune’s MARSOC LINKS class in March 2017. SpouseLink sponsored the event by providing lunch — and Jessica was there to speak to the group about AAFMAA and SpouseLink. Here’s what she had to say about the day: Today’s MARSOC LINKS class was a big success! That had […]