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How To Stay Connected With Long-Distance Family This Holiday Season

For the first time in quite some time, both Zack and I will actually be in our home state for Christmas this year! With Zack being in the Marine Corps for the last 8 years and us constantly living thousands of miles from family, it's been challenging to get back to Maine for the holidays. ... READ the POST

A Year In Review

Holy moly you guys. Didn't we JUST say goodbye to 2015?! How on earth are we already entering 2017? While I thought this year would go by slowly with Zack being overseas for the majority of it, this year really seemed to fly by. Like REALLY fly by. I look back on all the amazing memories for this ... READ the POST

3 Month Check-In

We are officially done with month 3 and we're now 25% done with this year long separation!  Whoo!  Can you feel the excitement?!  It feels great to know that we've already hit a milestone.  This past month has been a breeze compared to the first two months.  Of course I still had my rough moments, ... READ the POST

8 Ways Military Families Can Keep Their Identities Safe

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of LifeLock. The opinions and text are all mine.  As a military spouse, I know the importance of keeping my personal information safe.  Many believe that identity theft would never happen to them, but each year 15 million Americans have ... READ the POST

Five On Friday | Weekly Happenings

Happy Friday everyone!  I hope you all had a wonderful week!  It's been busy around here lately and I realized I really haven't posted much about anything that's going on here.  You all know Zack is overseas, but other than that, I really haven't been sharing too much about life.  So today I just ... READ the POST

It’s Not A “Goodbye”, It’s A “See You Later”

Yesterday was the day I have been dreading for weeks now. The day that my entire life was set to fall apart. The day I had to say goodbye to my best friend. We woke around 3 o'clock in the morning and drove the 20 minutes to the airport, just the two of us. I cried the entire drive. The first time ... READ the POST