The Crazy Rollercoaster Called “Military Life” – Want A Ride?

Jen Pilcher & Family

A message from Jen, military spouse and founder of MilitaryOneClick: Our friends over at Blue Star Families recently partnered with Vulcan Productions to develop an e-book called “Everyone Serves: A Handbook for Family and Friends of Service Members During Pre-Deployment, Deployment and Reintegration.” The free guide is online and is available on Amazon, Apple, Barnes […]

Six No-Fail Way to Make Friends: The Shy Person’s Guide

Thank you to our guest blogger,  Christine Leccese! They say “you can’t choose your family, but you can choose your friends.” That’s certainly true and some sage words. Thing is, you aren’t necessarily born with friends like you are with family. The responsibility to have friends is on you.  If you are someone who others […]

16 ‘To-Dos’ for Your Next Move


  Content courtesy of USAA Moving is a lot more than getting your stuff from point A to point B. It’s a major life event. Without proper planning, a move can squeeze your savings — and challenge your sanity. To help keep costs and headaches to a minimum, get organized early. Follow this checklist of […]

Social Media needs an Etiquette Lesson

Social Media Needs an Etiquette Lesson by Judy Davis – The Direction Diva   As a military spouse I don’t know how I would have survived before social media. It’s the way I communicate with my husband when he’s off training or on deployment. It’s how I research new duty stations and keep in touch […]

What Not To Do As A Military Spouse

Thank you to our guest blogger, Anne Booher! In Welcome Aboard: A Service Manual for the Naval Officer’s Wife, I learned from Ms. Florence Ridgely Johnson  how paying someone “A Visit” is different than a “Call”, the proper attire for a Dinner Party versus a Buffet Supper, how to introduce two people without saying “I […]

Wow! The American Spouse Choir

Who knew?  The American Military Spouse Choir! The group represents CAMMO, the Center for American Military Music Opportunities. It is a nonprofit that provides music therapy programs that focus on service-related conditions such as Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). The American Military Spouse Choir will move on in the competition […]

PCS: P lenty of C hecklist S!

Thank you to our guest blogger, Rebekah Spotts! The zen of moving: After 9 moves in 20 years, I’m beginning to take a zen approach to moving. Don’t get me wrong, I have my days where I will flip out, cry, stomp my feet even, but this IS the life I signed up for, so […]

Founder Named 2013 First-Ever WVEC Awardees

  Jennifer G. Pilcher, Founder & CEO,, of Davidsonville, MD, named Count Me In Awardee in Business Pitch Competition for Women Veteran Entrepreneur Nell Merlino, President, Count Me In Jennifer Pilcher, Founder, MilitaryOneClick “We look forward to working with this promising group of motivated military affiliated entrepreneurs as they grow their micro-businesses into thriving […]