Independence Day

Independence Day

On July 4, 1776, the United States of America declared its independence from the rule of Great Britain. After years of battle, turmoil, and war the forefathers of our country were finally able to stand and declare us a free nation. The war was over, the battle won, and the people were free of tyranny […]

The Sip: Summer is Here, Ready or Not

The Sip: Summer is Here, Ready or Not

The Sip by MilSpouseFest   It's June! And summer is here. And while this June looks a little different than you might have planned, there is still much to love about this season. Let's start off with a brand new Sip!    OUR EVENTS We have some exciting events planned for the rest of the […]

Personal Finance Tips While Awaiting PCS

Personal Finance Tips While Awaiting PCS

DoD photo Editor’s Note: This article was originally featured on PCS grades. In mid-March, the DoD put all permanent change of station (PCS) and temporary duty moves on hold due to the Coronavirus pandemic, leaving hundreds of thousands of military families in various stages of preparation for the annual PCS season in limbo until further notice. If […]

Happy April Fool’s Day

While the origins of April Fool’s Day remain a mystery, the spirit of it has been celebrated for centuries. Today the first day of April is marked by elaborate pranks and jokes. News programs and major companies even get in on the spirit of things in hopes that their followers will fall into the trap […]

Tips for Keeping a Less-Germy Home

Tips for Keeping a Less-Germy Home

It’s wild times we’re living in. And if you weren’t a germaphobe before COVID-19 took the world by storm, you likely are now. Germs are spreading quickly among us, and remaining diligent is one of the best ways to keep from spreading it even further, including into your own home.  All across the country, folks […]

How Do You Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?

How Do You Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?

St. Patrick’s Day was originally a day to celebrate St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. It was set aside on March 17th, the day of his death. Over the centuries, St. Patrick’s day has evolved from a religious holiday where people attended church in the morning and then celebrated and feasted in the evening, […]