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A PCS can mean leaving a job you love or one you’ve relied on over the last few years. So how do you go about finding a new one in a new location as a military spouse? SpouseLink’s Career stories offer tips, advice, and insights on MilSpouse job resources and career-planning tools that can help you achieve your professional goals in your new hometown.
When you’re heading into retirement and dreaming up your future life, make sure you consider where you’ll really be doing it. Anna gives you tips on SpouseLink.
If you’re in a career that requires licensure you must transition from place to place with you, you’ve got a lot to consider each time you make a move. Gabriela Nostro, Esq. begins to break it down for you on SpouseLink.
Veterans should consider federal and state benefits available to them when looking for their forever home. See a list of the 5 best states for Veterans to retire in, and some of their top benefits, on SpouseLink.
When your husband is in the military, some people think your life begins and ends with him. But what if you were in the military, too, before starting your family? Amanda Huffman breaks down the stereotypes that military spouses face, on SpouseLink.
It may be common to have a member of your family in the military, but it’s extra special when it’s been generations. Maggie Phillips shares her family’s story on SpouseLink.
Thinking about starting a blog but you’re not sure you’ve got it in you? Popular MilSpouse blogger Julie Provost is here to show you how it’s done. Find her tips on SpouseLink.
Being a Military Spouse has its challenges — especially when you’re also a parent working from home. Matthew shares what it’s really like on SpouseLink.
There’s nothing like sipping on a smooth vodka, whiskey, or bourbon while swapping war stories with friends. Next time you go to fill your glass, try one of these six Veteran-owned distilleries.
MilSpouse Amanda Huffman and her husband met when they were both serving in the Air Force. Then they decided to become parents and her life changed. See how on SpouseLink
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