back to school

You made the decision to go back to school and retool. Good on you. But you are a military spouse. You and your service member have the rent, a car loan, some credit card debt and maybe only one income.
How do you pay for college when you haven't got a dime?
Unfortunately, the sun is beginning to set on summer, which means one thing: back to school season. For those of you returning to college campuses for another year of intensive courses and more social interaction than you probably signed up for, there are a few things you should know.
When the kids get home from school and the backpacks hit the floor, the first thing they charge toward is the fridge. After a long day of learning, kids want a snack that is quick and easy. Here are some ideas to tide over hungry bellies until dinner is ready.
Whether you are pumped to send the kids back to school or bummed that you have to wake up way too early, it’s best to be prepared for the upcoming school year. After a summer of lax bedtimes, playdates and vacations, getting back into a good routine can be challenging.
Parents, it’s time to “Hero Up” your child’s diet for back to school! That’s right — summer is almost over (POW!) and school is nearly back in session (BAM!). It’s time to hang up their super jammies and get those kids back to Super Hero Training (aka school).
As fall rolls in and another school year begins, the Military Health System is encouraging parents and children to remember some everyday tips for staying healthy.
Has summer thrown a major wrench into your child’s sleeping schedule? You know, the one you worked so hard to maintain all school year? We feel you.
One of the most challenging tasks of parenting is buying supplies and clothing for your children before they start back to school. Every other parent is doing the same thing during those final weeks of summer, making it difficult to find what you need.
One of the most challenging tasks of parenting is buying supplies and clothing for your children before they start back to school. Every other parent is doing the same thing during those final weeks of summer, making it difficult to find what you need.
Deployments are never easy, no matter if it is your first, or if you and your spouse have weathered a few assignments together.