PCSing to South Korea? Here’s what you need to know

Receiving the news that you and your family are moving to South Korea may not be expected. If you’re like me, you may have cried at the news or even cursed the heavens for this “roadblock” in your projected life path. As someone who has lived in South Korea as a non-command sponsored spouse, I […]

Here are the top 10 things to purge before a PCS

This post is sponsored by The Breastfeeding Shop. Before our first PCS move, I did everything wrong. I had recently discovered the local yard sale/resale page, and as a thrifty cheapskate, I was completely hooked. There were so many great deals on everything we needed as newlyweds moving into an empty house. But I was […]

5 ways to help your military child deal with a move

The childhood experience of boys and girls from military families is undeniably unique. The children of our military will experience the melting pot that is American culture as they travel around the country, make friends they otherwise would never have met, taste foods from different parts of the country and the globe and have a […]

5 tips to make a short term space feel like home

When the military is in control of your destination, you tend to find yourself in a variety of new and different locations. And accompanying those new and different locations are the new, different, and often inconvenient living situations. Can any military spouses out there give me an “amen?” Maybe you’re the type with an insatiable […]

Builders tap into social media to reach homebuyers

We’ve all seen the way homebuying has changed over the years. Today’s savvy buyers are doing more research ahead of time than ever before, and they walk into a real estate or sales office educated about their choices. Social media — especially Facebook, Pinterest, Foursquare, Twitter and YouTube — has become increasingly important in the […]