Stuck in a ‘volunteer rut’? Here are 5 ways to volunteer you probably haven’t heard before.
When planning a vacation at bargain-basement prices, most people budget for three key expenses–lodging, food, and airfare–since they usually make up the bulk of money spent.
You’ve packed your boxes, said your good-byes, and tendered your resignation. You may already be searching for a new job at your next destination, but also might be worried about the financial strain that lies ahead if you don’t find one right away.
It’s no secret that military families experience the same child care issues as their civilian counter-parts–the lack of quality or affordable child care is a problem across the United States. But for military families, the absence of quality, affordable child care can quickly go from an inconvenience to a matter of national security.
Know your rights as a military spouse and family, and as an American citizen, National Military Family Association Executive Director Joyce Raezer told a room full of military spouses and supporters May 12 in Washington, D.C.
There are many ways to find in-person connectionsand one of our favorites is to attend any of the free classes offered through your installation.