What’s wrong with kids using the word “FAT”? Read one mom’s take.
Before the season ends, sit back and enjoy a few odes to summer.
Get answers to common questions about this popular option.
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Rethink your expenses with a little help from AAFMAA. See how.
One of our newest SpouseLink Ambassadors, Angel, was recently on location in Colorado Springs at the Operation Homefront Back-to-School Event, August 8, 2017. Check out the pics she took while she was representing SpouseLink and AAFMAA, and meeting with other MilSpouses and their families! She even met up with a big, furry mascot! Looks like […]
Are you a MilSpouse at Ft. Bragg? We’d like to offer you a chance to work with us as part of the SpouseLink Team. Read on for the details! What does it take to be a SpouseLink Ambassador? ————————————— This opportunity is a good match for you if you are a Ft. Bragg MilSpouse who: […]
Ever been called fat? Ever call someone else fat? Recently, our guest blogger Vicki DeLuzio had to confront the issue in her family when one of her little ones started using the word. See how she reacted and how she and her family are coping with it, below. By Vicki DeLuzio Guest Blogger Today my daughter […]
Sometimes the solution to (and source of) a behavioral issue can surprise you. And you may just have to be quiet to find the answer you’ve been searching for. Guest blogger and Military Vet wife, Vicki DeLuzio, shares her most recent tale of woe and wonder. By Vicki DeLuzio Guest Blogger The past few weeks I […]
There’s no snow on the beach, but… who needs snow when you’re surfing with Santa? We thought we’d share this throwback to visions of Christmas past (2016) to put you in the holiday mood, since there are “only” 153 days left before Christmas this year. Who knows, maybe you’ll be inspired to start your gift shopping early this year […]
By Lois Hardeman SpouseLink Guest Blogger I graduated from high school in Peoria, IL, and a year later I enlisted in the Marine Corps. What a change for a young woman from the Midwest! That time was so special, as I learned I had value and could do things I never dreamed of doing. I […]
Summer days are finally here, along with heat, humidity, holidays, cookouts, summer camp, PCS moves, festivals, and everything in between. How can you maintain your composure and look and feel fabulous when you feel yourself beginning to melt everytime you step outdoors? How will you reorganize your time when your family’s schedule changes? What will you […]
Remember being a kid? Life seemed so easy. Hours took days (sometimes weeks!) to pass. Every activity you participated in was clear and obvious for the time of year: Spending summer at the pool, riding your bike around the neighborhood, taking a family vacation. Going back to school in the fall and coming up with a costume for […]
By Lindsay of Uplifting Anchor SpouseLink Guest Blogger As the holidays come and go throughout the year, we know how to support our troops. The routine is established and the major celebrations are taken care of. The lone warriors are adopted for a Thanksgiving meal. Christmas means cookie drives and big unit parties. Deployments equal […]
By Vicki DeLuzio Guest Blogger Feeling scattered? Messy? Out of control? Welcome to Vicki DeLuzio’s house. Our Surprise, AZ, Mom guest blogger is back to share her tales of woe when it comes to keeping her house and family spotless. Or… maybe not spotless. Get her perspective on the issue below. My house isn’t as clean as […]
Missing someone you care about? Need a good night’s sleep? Just want to slow down life for a while? London Grammar’s peaceful song, Interlude, will do the trick. Its dreamy, hypnotic melody and poignant lyrics are simple and sweet, and well worth a listen. On repeat. This young British trio consists of Hanna Reid, Dan Rothman and […]
In celebration of Military Spouse Appreciation Day, May 12, 2017, songwriter Jerry Harrison (Ret. Army Major General) has shared his tribute song, “Deployed Again”, with us. He dedicates it to all military families. Here is what he shared with us about how the song came to be: I recently wrote a song “Deployed Again” as a tribute […]