September 30, 2022
Handling Loss

Handling Loss When You are Away From Family

Grief is complicated, and when you are away from family, it can add layers of complexity on top of an already challenging time. Here are some […]
August 13, 2022
Getting Home Ready for Showings

Getting your home ready for showings

If you have been in the military for any amount of time, then more than likely you have moved. Moving is part of the process, isn’t […]
August 13, 2022
Summer to School Transition

How to transition from Summer schedule to school schedule

Do you love the lazy days of summer or are you counting down the days until school begins?  Maybe your summer is busy with vacations, camps, […]
August 13, 2022
Making House a Home

Home vs House: 5 ways to make your house a home

As a military family, searching for houses online or in person, hoping to find the one that will call out to you as your next home, […]
June 30, 2022
Ways to thank military

Ways to thank the military (and their families) for their service

The 4th of July should be a reminder of the sacrifices that our military families make and a time to honor them. Saying thanks doesn’t have […]
June 23, 2022

Storage Services, Yes or No?

Storage as a service can be a great way to aid you in your moving process. As you know you do not have to keep all […]
June 23, 2022

Annuities: Fact vs. Fiction

Annuities have long been used as a strategy to round out an individual’s retirement planning. Many people have heard of annuities in one form or another, but […]
May 24, 2022

What Are Moving Quote Estimates? How are the Prices Determined?

There are so many decisions to be made when you’re moving, specially if you’re deciding to do a DITY. The most important ones being:  What Moving […]
March 28, 2022
Finding a Church that works for you

MilSpo Hacks: Church Shopping in a New Place

The room was dimly lit while a low acoustic guitar played quietly over the sound system. People congregated loosely around the room, chatting and grabbing coffee. […]