We’ve come full circle once again. We’re now in the “season of firsts” – also known as the latter part of the PCS season.
If you are PCSing this year, then you’ve come to the right place!
Here at Mission: Milspouse, we’ve faced our fair share of relocations, DITYs, government moves, overseas stints, and everything in between. We’ve been there and done that, and we have the stickers to prove it.
With all that experience, we know how stressful it can be. Packing and loading mean moving all of your belongings—special things, irreplaceable things—and none of us really want things broken or damaged. While we can’t ensure there won’t be casualties of PCS, we can help you prepare to make the move a little smoother.
Check out all of our blog post pertaining to all things PCS. Get ready for some practical tips AND insight into experiences of those who have been there, moved that.
We have nearly escaped the unknown future and have upgraded it to the “known” unknown. At my last writing, our PCS marketplace had yet to come out, and was delayed by two full months.
On the long winding road of a PCS journey, We must find many places to at night lay our heads.
What about my hair?PCS time comes with many questions and the ordeal of figuring out new places and things.
Military spouses know that PCS moves require a lot of planning and preparation to execute. Once you’ve accomplished the physical prep to move your household goods, coordinate movers, plan travel, and transfer records to update healthcare and get kids set up in a new school, there’s hardly a minute to think about life on the other side.
Here we go again. I wake up with that feeling of dread. I don’t want to do this anymore. Eight moves in less than twelve years of marriage. In the earlier years, I had believed it would become easier each time. And then each time, I somehow forget all over...
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