Military life is an adventure.
Where will it take you next?
Change is always good,
with the right perspective.
Constant change can take its toll on a military family. Stay ahead of each move and transition with SpouseLink, where other Military Spouses like you who have been in your shoes share their advice and stories on how to get through it all, no matter if you’re new to military life or have been around the block a few times. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Try searching for a keyword.
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PCS moves are challenging for military families. There’s even more planning involved when your child has special needs. Kristin Borg shares her experience on SpouseLink.
SpouseLink guest blogger, Selena Conmackie, shares her story about getting a new military ID. Can you relate? Read her story on SpouseLink to find out!.
Gabriela Nostro, Esq. continues her military spouse licensure series with a focus on the field of teaching. Find her insights on MilSpouse career issues on SpouseLink.
Making a military move all by yourself? Before you set off on your adventure, be sure to consider all the pros and cons. Kristin Borg shares hers on SpouseLink.
Making a move in the military can be a challenge… especially in winter when you’re juggling the holiday season and weather conditions. Claire Wood shares her experience and tips on SpouseLink.
Do you know about all military housing options available to servicemembers and their families? Visit SpouseLink to read up on everything MilSpouse.
It’s been two years since the U.S. Space Force was created. Find out what it has taken to be part of this new branch from Amanda Huffman on SpouseLink.
It’s not easy being separated from the one you love. Military spouse Selena Conmackie shares the story of her husband’s recent deployment on SpouseLink.
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