Listen to Semper Feisty Radio and join USMC Life’s Founder, Kristine and fellow Marine Corps spouse Jackie, with different approaches and perspectives on life in the Corps, current issues, family life and more.
We air every Wednesday at 10:30am Pacific, 1:30pm Eastern
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We’re talking with Mary Reding, President of the Military Spouse JD Network, a Bar Association for military spouses and a foundation to help military families. The goal of the organization is to support the military community and has a grassroots network of advocates across the country.
Are you a military spouse lawyer? Join them for a luncheon and full day symposium in Washington, DC on May 22nd.
Jackie and I dishing the 1% Manhattan social elite who have been hiring disabled “tour guides” at Disney World to cut the line. We’re also talking about the Volt Military Heroes Program where they’re tracking stats on how many active duty, military spouses, and guard/reservists hired.
Jackie and I are dishing thank you cards, dishing traditions including May Day, Saint Patrick’s Day, Easter, and more.
Join us on an interview with Danielle Herzog, mom blogger and author of Martinis and Minivans, a fun and hilarious look at motherhood. We’re talking about divorce in our world, motherhood, and our fascination with Kim Kardashian and celebs, and the inappropriate things our kids do to strangers.
We’ve taken a small break and are so happy to be back with all of you! We’ve got a great show for you today:
Wounded Warrior, Wounded Home with Marshele Carter Waddel. She delves into her personal life dealing her husband’s PTSD and TBI at home. Marshele is married to a retired Navy Seal and the book delves into their marriage and how their children were affected. She goes onto interview 25 other families affected with post traumatic stress and more. The book is co-authored by Vietnam Veteran and Marine, Dr. Kelly Orr. The resource Marshele mentions for anonymous counseling is Hope for the Heart online communities. Click to win one of three books at USMC Life.
We’re interviewing military children because April is the month of the military child! Join us as we ask questions to some of our favorite kids and adults, ages 4 to 16.
We’re dishing homeschooling. Many in our military world choose to home school their children because of transitioning from state to state. Technology has also evolved,connecting our kids virtually and allowing parents to find teachers with extended skill sets. Would you ever choose homeschooling? Were you home schooled?
Are you prepared? A recent article discussed a young married couple who died unexpectedly in an automobile accident. The couple is being buried thousands of miles apart. Have you prepared for what you want your future to look like? Do you have a will? Is your life insurance beneficiary information updated? Do you have a plan for your children if something happens to you?
- JJ from USAA is joining us to discuss how you can better prepare for your future.