If you’re a military spouse, you know your chances of moving are pretty high. And that can wreak havoc on career plans. A sudden PCS from Hawaii to Kansas can turn a promising degree in tourist management into a hollow document.
But some degrees and career paths are a bit more travel-friendly than others. If a military lifestyle is likely part of your future, consider five degrees and professions that travel well. See More
Changing states is hard enough, but what happens when a PCS calls you and your family to another country completely? Different customs, cuisine and perhaps a whole new language…
To avoid being overwhelmed with culture shock you can prepare yourself by making important property decisions, acclimating yourself to change and learning as much as you can about the location. See More
There comes a time when military members and their families face the question of whether to live in or independent of military housing. Seeing as there are perks and downfalls to each option, you may need to spend some time weighing your options before you decide. Also be sure to research the specific base and the surrounding areas, amenities and neighborhoods vary widely from place to place.
Here are some of the advantages and disadvantages of both according to other military members and their families: See More
Military life can be a chaotic, lonely adventure at times. That means having a supportive community can be crucial for military spouses. They’ll need to rely on friends and family more than ever, but what happens when the military life moves you miles apart from your main sources of comfort? Trying to tough it out alone is nearly impossible, but knowing where to meet new friends can be tough.
Here are some good places to consider when looking for companionship: