Deployment

How to Prepare for a Deployment

Have One Last Date Night You guys won't see each other for a while, so make the most of the last of your face-to-face time. Even if you have kids, go out without them. Remember, you have 30 days of free childcare and probably a whole lot of friends who will watch them for you… Continue reading How to Prepare for a Deployment

Deployment

12 Things to Help Get You Through a Deployment

Find a Hobby or Goal This will help the time go by faster and you'll feel a sense of accomplishment when you complete something. While my husband was away I've taken up crochet, worked towards my Bachelor's' degree, got in shape, and decorated care packages (Thanks, Jo). Stop by her site to get some care… Continue reading 12 Things to Help Get You Through a Deployment

Deployment

Deployments: Back in the Day vs Today

Today I'm reflecting how far, at least the Air Force has come in giving support to spouses during deployments. I'm a Key Spouse for my husband's squadron and I've actually been doing this a while (since 2011). I went to a Deployed Spouses Town Hall. This is basically a briefing letting people know about some… Continue reading Deployments: Back in the Day vs Today