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Army Wife Network by Elaine Dumler - 2h ago
I’m taking a different focus for this month’s post. I’m thinking of this as more of a Public Service Announcement… for happier families. I have a fabulous 2-year-old granddaughter and if I’m not traveling for business, I have the privilege of taking care of her on Thursdays. I love it because we get to do […]
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People might think I’m a little odd. Not like Steve Urkel odd (child of the 80’s here, yo—however, I don’t look good in suspenders), but I like to think more like “unique.” I do things that make good stories. Because, why not? I’m not just “different” because I went to (and subsequently graduated from) Missouri […]
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Like many of you, we love to travel. I don’t have many hobbies, but perusing for our next spot to visit is near the top of my list. Spectacular travel resources is one of my favorite perks of being connected to the Army (like a free National Park Pass!). Today we’re talking military-only resorts run […]
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Army Wife Network by Emma Tighe - 3d ago
Hey y’all! My name is Emma and I am so excited to be a new member of the AWN team! I have always loved blogging and since the Army has been a huge part of my identity from the day I was born, this is definitely the perfect fit! They say it takes a village […]
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My 26th year is shaping up to be a big one as we prepare to welcome twins into our family halfway through it! With the thought of becoming a first-time mom to two babies at one time, I’ve been reflecting on the lessons I’ve learned in my short 26 years that I’d happily pass along […]
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One of the most challenging aspects of the military spouse life is preparing for an upcoming PCS or, if you get the chance, potentially picking a new duty station. There is a lot of information out there, and it can be almost overwhelming. We here at Army Wife Network want to take some of the […]
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(If you missed Part 1 of this series, be sure to start there!) I was speaking to a person today who told me that once he retires next year he will have more time to start his exercise program. I did ask what was stopping him from starting now. I told him that I had […]
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Army Wife Network by Rachel Motta - 1w ago
Dear Stranger, You may look at me with three small children on my own and wonder why I look so disheveled. I am holding their little hands and trying to navigate them through a new activity in a new building that I have only seen once. I look and feel every bit of clueless, but […]
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Army Wife Network by Tiffany Boyce - 1w ago
My husband and I got married days before my 25th birthday.  While I was older than other wives in the same peer group, I felt so young and inexperienced.  I felt like a fish out of water.  All the acronyms.  All the different uniforms and which one was used for what occasion.  The rank!  I […]
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Here it is February and you are no closer to getting started. There is no plan in place and you are getting frustrated. There is nothing easy and you must return to the basics. Before you can start, a decision must be made that you see a need for a program to start walking, running, […]
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