Remembering Pearl Harbor

Dec. 7, 1941

Many know Dec. 7, 1941 as “a date which will live in infamy,” as President Franklin D. Roosevelt called it in his message to Congress after the Pearl Harbor attacks. On Aug. 23, 1994, Congress officially designated Dec. 7 of each year as National Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day, when we remember the lives lost that […]

Start Your 2020 Strong

Start Your 2020 Strong

What’s your biggest flex? Go on, show us! It’s time to make this year your best yet… and we want to help you celebrate the joy you’re about to create going forward. Getting to 2020 is a HUGE milestone for me; 2019 started with my husband gone at a three-month school at the end of […]

Ask Yourself, ‘Why Not Today?’

This piece originally appeared on ArmyWife Network MilSpouseFest is headed to Offutt Nebraska in September, Colorado in October and San Diego and Camp Pendleton in November.  Check out our 2019 dates and locations here and reserve your seat. When married to a service member, you may sometimes feel like you take a backseat in military […]

MilSpouseFest Announces 2018 Expanded Lineup

Updated: February 26, 2019 – We have just kicked off our fourth year in Fort Benning, Georgia and are headed to Hawaii in May.  Check out our 2019 dates and locations here and reserve your seat.   NEW YORK, NY – Created in 2016 as a way to bring military spouses together for networking, learning […]

The Sip: There are many a ways to ruin Christmas

Thursday, December 20, 2018 It’s almost the weekend and in case you don’t have young children reminding you every 15 minutes: T-Minus 5 days until Christmas (Alexa, can you please design, order and mail my Christmas cards?)! And if that wasn’t enough, today you also get The Sip, the biweekly newsletter brought to you by […]

The Sip: You can’t handle the truth

Tuesday December 18, 2018 It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas with new BAH rates!  And if that wasn’t enough, today you also get The Sip, the biweekly newsletter brought to you by MilSpouseFest. Informed looks good on you. Throw Back Twenty years ago today, You’ve Got Mail was released in theaters, forever solidifying Meg […]