When I served in the military I never put thought into the lives of military family members, the careers they were giving up and the trials they went through. Now, as I prepare to leave a job on Capitol Hill, I find myself thinking about nothing else! I met my Marine when I was a […]
It looked like a click bait ad on Facebook. It said something along the lines of, “What Amazon Prime doesn’t want you to know” followed by a little “sponsored” text from Facebook to let me know it was an ad and that’s why it was showing up in my newsfeed. I didn’t click it – […]
Hello, loves! Today I’m excited to share this incredible guest post with you from Laura Pennington. It’s not easy as moms or military spouses to share our worries and to show the side of us that frets over what this life is doing to our families, so please show her some love and support. -Eliza […]
After receiving my EOB from my insurance company, I discovered his doctor had over-billed me for a whopping $800! When I called a few months later, they said they had received payment from the insurance company and they sent my refund within a few weeks.
I have to be super careful that I don’t overextend my time. I’m not perfect at keeping a good balance yet, but I’m getting there. Here are 6 ways I keep things in check to get it all done -without going insane.
The last two posts, I’ve focused on my inner conflict; the kind of inner conflict most working parents find themselves in, as well as stay-at-home parents and, as in my case, parents who suddenly find themselves in a major life change(s). But at home, you don’t see that conflict. In fact, life runs quite smoothly […]