As U.S. troops prepare to leave Afghanistan, an Army spouse shares her perspective on a country she’s come to know and love through her husband’s many deployments and the toll the war there has taken on her life.
A new Military Spouse Chamber of Commerce offers multiple resources for entrepreneurs and, for the first time, the chance to be federally recognized as a military spouse-owned business. Two Army spouses working on this project provide all the details.
Attorney and business coach Rachel Brenke shares how a cancer diagnosis launched her into entrepreneurship and how she’s maintained success throughout the hard times of military life and the COVID-19 pandemic.
The latest results of the annual Blue Star Families Military Lifestyle Survey are in. Hear how much the coronavirus pandemic has impacted military families and which challenges still remain consistent – COVID-19 or not.
An Army spouse discusses what it’s like dealing with food insecurity and the resources that have helped her family, and a military spouse near Joint Base Lewis-McChord shares how she’s growing food to give away to families in need.
More states are passing laws to make it easier for military spouses to transfer professional licenses after a move. A lawyer and a teacher share some of the barriers they’ve faced when having to transfer their careers after a PCS.