Ever wonder what our newsletters look like? Stop wondering! Here’s what you’ll find in our Mid-March Newsletter. We know. It’s awesome.
Still not following? That’s OK. We’re just trying to use as many fun Irish sayings as we can before our luck runs out.
“How’s the craic” (craic is pronounced “crack”…totally didn’t make it better) closely translates to “how are you?” The response? “Divil a bit.” We challenge you to try this and a few other funny Irish sayings today.
Oh, and don’t forget to wear green. And for our parent readers, don’t forget to send your kids to school with something green. At a loss? If you’ve got a green highlighter or marker, you’re covered.
Disclaimer: We do not condone anyone artificially coloring anybody, particularly children, with highlighters or markers or any other paints. There. That’s settled. I mean, come on, we know they’re all wearing $5 seasonal tees from Target anyways. Amiright?
Without further ado, here’s everything you might’ve missed on NextGen MilSpouse this month….
Getting too old for this $#!t? ICYMI = In Case You Missed It
ICYMI: Mid-March Wrap Up on NextGen MilSpouse
When You’re Having A Bad Hair Day on Homecoming Day:
7 Ways Military Homecomings Are Nothing Like They Are on TV
When You’re Sitting Around the House With Nowhere to Go
10 Ways to Max Your Overseas Assignment
How to Feel Instantly Luckier
17 Ways Military Spouses Are Lucky
When You’re Feeling Like Olivia Pope After Her Escape
PCS Reality: How to Know If Your Civilian Neighborhood Is Safe
When distractions have you…oooh! Ice cream!
6 Tips to Maintain Your Focus During a Deployment
Because Your Kids Are Like Your Entourage (But Cooler)
I’m a Mother, Not a Martyr
When “I’m Fine” Means You’re Totally Not
4 Keepin’ It Real Tips for Keeping Comms Open Across the Miles