While military spouses span six different service branches, there are few opportunities for all spouses to come together in one place. Enter MilSpouseFest.
Presented by USAA, MilSpouseFest hosts a comprehensive event in the National Capital Region that is free for all military spouses to attend.
By Julie Provost Gardening is not only good for the environment, it’s a therapeutic stress-reliever, too. If you live off base, then you can pretty much do whatever you want as far as your garden goes. When you live on base, you will have more regulations that can prevent you from having a traditional garden. […]
“Should we live on base or off base?” “Can anyone tell me about the on post housing options at Fort Campbell?” “Do you like living on base? We are thinking about doing so but not too sure about housing in San Diego.” These are all phrases you can read in any Facebook group about a […]
I can’t believe it is November! Thanksgiving is around the corner, but before we get our turkeys cooking, we have four more MilSpouseFest events to bring to you. That’s right! We are having four events, two on Monday, November 16th, and two on Thursday, November 19th. You can sign up using the links below! November […]
The Sip by MilSpouseFest “Honor to the soldier and sailor everywhere, who bravely bears his country's cause. Honor, also, to the citizen who cares for his brother in the field and serves, as he best can, the same cause.” ― Abraham Lincoln As November begins, we look to Veterans Day, a day for honoring those who […]
Have you heard of the Soldiers’ Angels Treats for Troops program? This program is a Halloween candy collection program where local businesses accept excess Halloween candy from kids in exchange for goodies. The most popular businesses that participate are dental offices— but it is a great program for any location— gyms, schools, churches, and more! Once collected, […]
When my husband joined the Army, I thought it would be amazing to be able to live overseas. And then he got orders to Germany. He flew over first, and my son and I joined him around four months later to start our first military and overseas experience. Four years later, we traveled back to […]