Military life can be challenging. Find inspiration
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Does it always seem to fall on your shoulders to make sure everyone in your family is doing okay? If you feel overwhelmed, or need a few ideas to make life a little easier, you’re not alone. Take advantage of SpouseLink’s community of MilSpouses who offer a little inspiration and support that can help you make sure your military family — and you — are safe, healthy and happy.
Whether you’re new to your duty station or have been there a while, there’s always something to explore during the holidays. Get Julie Provost’s tips on SpouseLink!
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.
COVID threw everyone for a loop when it first hit — and for several months afterward. Blogger Kristin shares how it affected her and her family’s mental health, on SpouseLink.
Amanda Huffman served in Afghanistan when she was in the service. She looks back on her time there and shares her personal story with SpouseLink.
Having a special needs child in the family truly makes them an exceptional family member when you’re in the military. See how one family handles it with the EFMP, on SpouseLink.
Wondering if you should homeschool your kids? Read one mom’s experience on why it’s best for her military family right now on SpouseLink.
SpouseLink Ambassador Jessica shares a story with us about one of her most memorable military family vacations on SpouseLInk.
Julie Provost’s family is all the better off for one of their best friends, their dog Gwen. Find out why your military needs a dog, too, on SpouseLink.
Can you relate? If you’ve married into the military at the mid-career level, you probably know what Selena went through trying to catch on to military life! Read her story on SpouseLink.
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