2015 was an exciting (and exhausting) year of growth and expansion for NextGen MilSpouse.
We are putting the final touches of sparkle on our plans and plots for 2016, but before we roll into the New Year, here’s a look at our top 10 posts from 2015 in no particular order!
Repeat after me: Homecomings are not perfect. They are messy.
“Hurry Up and Wait” becomes your motto. Yes, why yes it does.
When we published this piece we found out that millennial (along with GenXers, male and/or childfree) military spouses aren’t into FRG. They just aren’t.
When moving to an overseas base you don’t know what you don’t know. NextGen MilSpouse staff writer Lila, a military spouse of 18 years, thought she was a pro at moving…until she moved to Germany. Then she “got thrown for a loop just like everyone else.”
And while we’re on the subject of PCSes…
The military moving process, like you’ve never seen it before.
Soooo, you’ve unpacked all 305 boxes. You’ve organized and reorganized your kitchen. You’ve updated your location in DEERS. Now what?
NextGen MilSpouse staff writer Rachel clues us in on the code (or set of rules) between military spouses that keep us all in harmony.
What is financial abuse? What does financial abuse look like in real life? And most importantly, why should military spouses be aware of financial abuse?
“No one gets to eat my mother-effing cupcakes.”
This was our warm and fuzzy military life piece of the 2015. Turns out our readers feel pretty warm and fuzzy about military life too.