Embarking on the employment journey can be intimidating with a lot of surprising twists and turns. Perfecting your resume to best represent you doesn’t have to be one of them.
By Laura Prater It’s been exactly a year since Clay, my husband, retired from Active Duty Army after 20+ years of service. When he was an Army Recruiter, I used to listen to him on the phone or sometimes I’d walk into the office as he was talking to a potential recruit. He had a […]
There I was on my laptop: scrolling through my Facebook timeline back to 2007. I swore I could see cobwebs fluttering across the screen as Facebook struggled to load my past posts and status updates. After what felt like an hour, I finally made it to the beginning of my life on Facebook. My first […]
This morning I read an article that has been making the rounds with military spouses recently. “Why I Quit My Job and Followed my Fiance”took me down memory lane since I was in the same spot as the author six years ago. My husband and I were high school sweethearts and got married in our early twenties, two months […]