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Get the brand new Welcome to Italy Guide

The first edition of The Welcome to Italy Guide is available for you to pick up today! The guide is filled with vital information...

Fostering friendships

Moving to Europe was only the beginning of our adventure when my husband and I arrived. Transferring from our last base to a new unit and country...

The German way of skinny dipping

When the first warm sunny days hit, Germans start thinking about shedding their clothes and hitting the pool or beach.

Before heading out to...

How to handle your household goods when moving overseas

When visions of a cat wearing a top hat, balancing on a ball and juggling a slew of household items enter your mind, you've either just received...

Helpful apps for living in Germany

Get organized, learn the language and make yourself at home with these tablet and smartphone apps. 

Conversions: Monitor...

Overcoming the language barrier at overseas duty stations

Despite having taken four semesters of German language courses in college, I’ve had plenty of translation incidents during our three years in...

Budgeting for the hidden expenses of moving overseas

Jet-lagged and inadequately caffeinated, I fought to keep my eyes open in the darkened conference room where my husband and I were attending our...

Stores that ship to an APO address

Miss shopping state-side at all your favorite stores? Being in another country, you may not be able to easily pick up your favorite pair of jeans...

The inside scoop on PSCing to the United Kingdom

You’ve been praying to the PSC gods for an overseas assignment and they’ve finally answered! You’ve gotten orders to the United Kingdom, one of...

Countdown to Spring: 7 ways to prep for an upcoming PCS

Moving season is almost upon us, and the logistical balancing act is about to start. It’s easy to procrastinate — especially when new episodes of...

Decorating the drab

Whether you love it or hate it, moving is a big part of being a military spouse. On top of the constant moves, there are the occasional less than...

10 tips for PCSing with special kids

1. EFMP: If you are active duty be sure you are enrolled in the Exceptional Family Member Program and have...

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