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PCS Season and TRICARE Changes

PCS Season and TRICARE Changes

As the summer begins, household goods are being packed and shipped to new places all over the world. The excitement of a new duty stations also brings the dread of transferring your Tricare health care which can be daunting when managing multiple family members. Below...

Forever in Ziplocks and Totes

Forever in Ziplocks and Totes

If you walk into a military family’s home during a PCS, you will find a good portion of their belongings squished into Ziplock bags, or stuffed into large, plastic totes. These items are an absolute necessity to keep liquids from leaking, and objects to remain clean, protected, organized, and maybe even color-coded. I sincerely love Ziplocks and totes! I can’t imagine my life without the use of them…because they are not only a necessity during our PCSes, but they are also still a part of my daily life.

AWTR Show #906: Managing Minimalism

AWTR Show #906: Managing Minimalism

Join KateLynn for this week’s Milspouse Empowerment Moment all about managing minimalism. She shares her journey with minimalism and some tips she has picked up along the way. Anyone can go from owning lots of stuff to living minimalistically. KateLynn went from a 1600-square-foot house with a garage to a 300-square-foot camper.

A Professional Organizer’s Guide to Taming Toddler Rooms

A Professional Organizer’s Guide to Taming Toddler Rooms

Last month, I showed you how I organize my kid’s outgrown items and store them for an eventual Baby #2. It’s no secret babies and toddlers have a LOT of stuff at any given point. So what do I do with the myriad of items he’s currently wearing, using, and playing with in a small house?? Here are some tips you can take from my own home’s organization.

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