Need some advice to get you through tough times? This is a must-read.
Get out your clip-on book lights… you’ll be up for hours reading these.
The 2018 stock market was a wild ride. What should we expect in 2019?
What could a possible merger mean for Military Families?
Not sure what to send your loved one who’s far away? See our tips.
Need resolution motivation? It’s time to revive your color palette.
Heading to Utah? Here are our picks for what you need to see there.
The transition from military to civilian life may get easier in 2019.
Changes to GI Bill benefits go into effect July 2019. Are you ready?
Stay safe, warm, cozy and have fun this season with our easy DIYs!
Hitting your fitness goals in 2019 doesn’t have to cost an arm & a leg.
Wish you could hibernate until spring? You should read this.
… Because hibernation is not a choice, but a morning dance party is.
These fun projects will keep you busy and feeling creative, indoors.
AAFMAA’s CAP Loan can help resolve your high-interest debt.
Nearly 30 percent of soldiers who served in Iraq and Afghanistan have been diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD. Is your servicemember or veteran among them? SpouseLink Guest Blogger, Crystal Hampton, has some insights on how to recognize PTSD and help you get through the tough times.
Military life can be unpredictable. Moves are frequent, so it can be challenging for MilSpouses to set down roots in new communities. One way to make fast friends, though, is to join a local book club. Not only are you exposed to exciting reads, but you’re introduced to a new group of friends you can […]
Join AAFMAA Wealth Management & Trust (AWM&T) Chief Investment Officer, Arthur Lyons, for a recap of the ups and downs of 2018’s market and a look at what’s headed our way in 2019. Plus, learn how AWM&T is positioning Military Families for financial success in the months to come. Get the details on SpouseLink.
Two mainstays of life Military life might be joining forces in 2019. After deliberating for most of 2018, lawmakers are getting closer and closer on a decision to consolidate commissaries and exchanges under one umbrella. The effects this could have on MilFams is unclear. Learn more on SpouseLink.
If your military loved one is currently on deployment or about to leave, it’ll be hard on you both, but you can bridge the distance by staying in touch. Send your servicemember items that remind them of home, yet are practical while they’re away. SpouseLink has rounded up our best care package tips to help you do it.
SpouseLink Ambassador Gisella co-hosted a holiday party for MilSpouses in her community and attended a tree lighting ceremony with other military families at Camp Lejeune during the 2018 Christmas holiday season. See photos from the event on SpouseLink.
Mix some energy and optimism into your new year with “Living Coral”, Pantone’s 2019 Color of the Year. SpouseLink shows you how to harness the invigoration and inspiration of Living Coral by infusing into your fashion, beauty, and decor. Get ready for a sprightly year ahead.
Looking for things to do near Salt Lake City? Check out SpouseLink’s list of ideas for food, entertainment, and family fun!
Making the transition from military to civilian life may get easier in 2019. Sgt Maj of the Army Daniel Dailey has helped launch a new program that allows soldiers to use federal funds for skilled certifications. The program is currently only offered in Fort Hood, TX, but may expand soon. Get the details on SpouseLink.
Changes are coming to the GI Bill in 2019. After July 2019, servicemembers with 16 years of experience will no longer be able to transfer GI Bill benefits to their family. Are you ready for the change? And what does that mean for your military family? Find out on SpouseLink.
Winter can be the most challenging season. It’s got holidays. It’s got snow. It’s got ice. It’s got impromptu get-togethers with friends. It’s got… well, you get the gist. And you can get through it all easily if you just prepare yourself for all that is to come. Get our list of wintertime must-do’s on SpouseLink.
Put leftover holiday spices to good use in your beauty routine. This gingerbread face mask helps prevent acne, will even out your complexion, and also hydrate your skin. All it takes is a few simple ingredients already in your pantry. Get the recipe on SpouseLink.