PCS Season Expectations

It’s no secret that the 2018 and even 2017 PCS peak seasons were difficult for many service members and their families. With echoing promises of this year being better by many DoD senior leaders, while waiting on the process of a single move manager program to take place it has many of us wondering -... Continue Reading →

PCS Binder and Prep Forms

This will be short and sweet! I love a good binder where things are color coded with pretty tabs and folders, so its no secret that of course, I have a PCS binder! I always get asked, how do I prepare for a move? How do I organize a binder or what do I put... Continue Reading →

Organized Chaos and Road Trips

By Melanie Binversie Wait – Hard stop. Organized Chaos and Road Trips can coincide harmoniously in the same vehicle? Even with MY family? How is this even possible? Whether you’re PCSing or driving 1,700 glorious miles to see your inlaws, road trip season is upon us and I am here to help you make it... Continue Reading →

Celebrating Our Military Children

Every year in April we celebrate the Month of the Military Child. It is the time where we celebrate our children for being born into a lifestyle that they didn’t get to chose, a time to tell them how much we love them, and acknowledge just how special they are.

The Daunting Claims Process

It’s the part of the move that most everyone will dread, the claims process. By the time you get to this step you’ve had many days of packing, loading, driving across country, unloading and unpacking. You’re ready to be settled and done! Here is the important timeline that you need to know: -75 days to... Continue Reading →

PCS Like A Pro

As we gear up for another PCS season, the Facebook groups are filled with everyone asking their best, true and tried moving tips. Newbies are worried that two days won’t be enough time to pack, and the seasoned mover is planning a vacation between leaving one post and arriving at another. Here are the best... Continue Reading →

That Dreaded D Word

There is that moment of numbness when you first hear it. Deployment. It stings at first, has an ugly look, and then lays its heaviness on you. After a moment of trying to calculate the days, what holidays and birthdays will be missed and when the homecoming might happen, you straighten up. Here we go... Continue Reading →

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