As an Air Force spouse of 22 years, Susanna Derbenwick is well-practiced in self-sacrifice, volunteerism, and managing the complicated logistics of moving her family around the globe. But she never thought that experience would be crucial in helping Ukrainian refugees escape to Romania during a devastating war.
The Sip: I Think it Was the Fourth of July
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The Sip : We Got the Spring Vibes Over Here
The Sip by MilSpouseFest Spring is here! Well…almost, maybe for some of us? Look, if you don't feel like your part of the world is warming up yet, it will soon, I promise! Special thanks to Purdue, our sponsor for this edition of the Sip. MilSpouse life can be hectic. Online classes at Purdue […]
Here’s what changes to 529 Plans could mean for your military family
Congress recently approved changes to the 529 Plan tax code and law that would open it up for private K-12 education expenses. (That seems pretty awesome, considering how much time military families spend stressing about where to send their children to school.) Not so fast, though. These rule changes are so new that there is […]