Check out My Military Life

Check out My Military Life

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We have had the opportunity to hang out with the Founder/Director of My Military Life, Wendy Poling, at three different events this year (Inc 500, NMSN , and USAA's Blogger Conference) and she is pretty damn cool. Wendy has been very generous with her time, knowledge, and experience as we try to build Macho Spouse into something special.


Today we encourage you to check out her organization's website and Facebook page. No, it's not "male specific," but their mission is to motivate and encourage spouses of both genders to do what they love and follow their dreams. Home to Navy Wife Radio (est. 2007) and AsktheChief.com (est. 2002).

 
The Gold Star Family tree is the very first tree visitors see when entering the White House. This tree is adorned with Gold Stars bearing the names of those who gave their lives for our country.

See also...

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MilitaryOneClick resource for military families

MilitaryOneClick is the premier virtual resource for military families and the community that supports the military.

We maintain hundreds of military and non-military resources in one user-friendly directory were visitors can find links to career tools, hiring fairs, educational scholarships, PTSD help, health insurance, buying or renting a home, financial assistance, and more!

Also find us on Twitter (@military1click) and Facebook.

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365 Days/180 Degrees

ChangeSign.jpgMarch 25th 2014, the day I sent Dana off on a seven-month deployment, was a low point in my life. I vividly remember the emptiness and sorrow in my heart as I watched her walk down the jetway, away from her family…away from me. I also remember how incredibly difficult it was to maintain composure while giving a TV interview just as Dana walked out of sight, it was all I could do to hold back tears. I struggled to hold myself together long enough to walk back to my car before breaking down in tears. Many of us have been to this dark, empty place before; it's definitely a low point for many military marriages.



 

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