Elaine has written The Road Home: Smoothing the Transition Back from Deployment, which covers the challenges of reunion and reintegration. This book is on Mrs. Amos’ Recommended Reading List. You can follow Elaine on her blog to stay connected as well.
Next we’re connecting with Mia, Camp Pendleton’s Stroller Warriors organizer. All athletic abilities are welcome. Learn about this free club which is offered around several bases and how you can get fit, make new friends, and have a playdate for your kids all at the same time.
We’re talking about emergency preparedness and what you need to do to be prepared in your home. Here’s the link to the USB solar charger device we talked about from Amazon.com
Lisa Parrott joins us to discuss career transitions, job skills and more. We’re dishing:
- Challenges Veterans and their families face transitioning – ‘translating skills and experiences’
- How to overcome the spouse moving stigma for an employer
- Using LinkedIn and targeted networking to your advantage
- Accomplishment versus job description resume
- Building a career path for your dream job
Listen in as we discuss our Memorial Day plans and what you can do to honor others.
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.