Being stationed overseas offers military members and their families the opportunity to travel the world with more ease and less expense than if they were living in the States. When my husband and I arrived in Germany, we set out to travel as much of Europe as we could during our four-year tour.
There is a kaleidoscope of thoughts in one’s mind before they hit the point of slumber as they lay on the bed. Often, your eyelids feel heavy, your mind seems blocked, and all you can fantasize is about your bed.
The wrapping paper is strewn around the house, you’ve had one too many helpings of pumpkin pie, and you’re afraid to go to the mailbox and get January’s credit card statements. It’s happened again: you overspent this holiday season. You’re not alone.
Every evening, my boys look forward to opening the next door on their Advent calendar to retrieve the sweet treats hidden inside. With just a handful of days left until Christmas, the excitement in our home is palpable.
The holidays are a time to celebrate, give thanks, and reflect. They are also a time to pay special attention to your health. Give the gift of health and safety to yourself and others by following these holiday tips.
Moving, especially overseas, can present a unique set of challenges for those who identify as introverts. Introverts are often seen as shy wallflowers. Many introverts are actually quite outgoing and friendly; however, they also crave time and space alone.
Electronics and technology have essentially become an easy button for entertainment and communicating. I know I’m guilty. I could easily spend a day perusing Pinterest Boards and watching the latest cat-dressed-as-a-shark-riding-a-Roomba video on YouTube.
Landscape photography is probably the most popular type of photography. You can do it anywhere. I often get asked questions on the subject, so I created a Landscape Photography How To.
Deciding where to go
Adjusting to a move abroad can be hard for families, especially spouses. Often spouses leave respected careers, business networks and emotional support of family and friends. When duty calls and active-duty spouses go TDY or deploy, those broken ties are felt ten-fold.