Remote Work For Military Spouse Employment

Remote work for military spouse employment

I met a dashing young man in college years ago but didn’t give much thought to it because I had career goals that didn’t include a husband, kids and most definitely, nothing near a military life.  That all changed when I walked down the aisle and said, “I Do!”  That dashing young man is now my husband; a Naval Officer.

Welcoming a Tiny 12

In the Northwest, the only thing that is taken more seriously than your cup of coffee is Seahawks season. September through the Super Bowl, fans all over the state of Washington treat Sundays and Monday nights with the same deference as a religious holiday. If you’re expecting a new arrival, welcome your little one into the world the right way: …

Dixie Cups Man!

Become a great husband

Learning to be a father and husband is a real struggle.  Trying to figure yourself out while you are trying to figure out the women you love is a real confusing time. My wife and I got together in our early twenties.  At that point in time the only thing I knew about relationships was the vision my parents had …

No, I’m Not Paying You To Clean Your Room

So, we’ve determined my answer to the question “should kids get an allowance?” Be sure to go over and read that article. Now let’s talk about why we do not associate payment with chores. You read that right. Our kids receive an allowance every month, no strings attached. But, there is a lesson behind it. So, be sure to click …

My Go To Shop For Yummy Gourmet Popcorn In Metro D.C.

We held our first D.C. area #MaC meetup in January.  I know, you’re thinking…“What the heck is a #MaC?”  We call ourselves #MaCs, ladies from the online Facebook group Mamas and Coffee®.  We have real, everyday conversations about love, life, family and home.  We empower one another to live life to the fullest and also let one another know that we …

This Weather Is So Disrespectful

This weather is being real DISRESPECTFUL right now!  We are freezing our butts off in Washington D.C. right about now.  Our feelings are hurt!  This time last year we were all walking around with shorts and tank tops, relaxing on the beach.  The denial of being in D.C. is over because my body is in complete shock with these temperatures …

Some of the Most Common Forms of Medical Malpractice

A 2016 study by John Hopkins found that over a quarter million people in the U.S. die every year due to medical errors, making it the third leading cause of death after heart disease and cancer. Not all forms of medical malpractice result in death, injuries are also common and may include significant loss of income, constant pain and long-term …

Make A Self-Love Resolution This Year

It’s a new year, and as many people make resolutions to make lifestyle changes, get out of debt, spend time with loved ones and just overall be a better them, I sit and make goals on spending more time with God and myself.  Yes, this year is going to be all about ME!  It’s all about making and keeping a …