The Top Military Life Blog Posts of 2017 From Your Favorite Military Spouse Bloggers and Websites
I discovered the military spouse blogging community back in 2009. I was on Twitter, and I started to connect with other military spouses on there. As a new blogger myself, this was a great way into the milspouse blogging community. We all understand what we were all going through.
Over the years, blogging has changed a bit. There is such a wonderful military spouse blogger community that is creating such fantastic content. There are military spouse blogs that focus on all different parts of military life. From deployments to pcsing, to hearing the stories of our military members.
As a military spouse myself, I know how much a blog post can help. Whether the topic is something you are going through, offering tips on the part of your life you don’t fully understand, or a post to simply make you laugh.
As we end 2017 and start a new year, here is a look back at 2017 with the top military life blog posts from your favorite military spouse bloggers and websites. Enjoy, grow, and learn something new 🙂
What Rebecca Thinks brings us, No Greater Love – A True Testament to the Bond of Soldiers. This post is about the documentary movie that came out in November.
Strength 4 Spouses talks about Why Military Spouses are Forced to Choose Between Work & Family and what she is doing in her own home.
NextGen Milspouse has a post called, Yes, I Married My Service Member for Tricare ‘Cause That Makes Sense. This post is a humorous look at reasons you became a military spouse.
Head on over to Military Dollar to read, Retiring On An Enlisted Military Pension. This post is all about how possible it would be to retire on an enlisted military pension.
PCSGrades answers the question, Can I follow my Service Member with Unaccompanied Orders? Something spouses want to know if their spouse gets those types of orders.
Singing Through The Rain has The Ultimate List of Military Spouse Bloggers, which would be the perfect place to find more blogs and websites to follow to help you through military life.
My Veteran Woman Life has a post called, The Military Resume – Why Veterans Struggle with Landing a Job. This post is all about how to write that resume.
The House of Psych‘s post, Military Spouses & Holidays is about exactly that. What we have to deal with and go through during this time of year when our spouse serves in the military.
Airing My Laundry has a post, Things I Thought the “Big Voice” Said which is a humorous post about the things she thought the Public Address System on base was saying over the loudspeaker.
Marla Bautista from Hood Cents did a guest blog for me on the important topic of Stepping Outside of Your Comfort Zone.
Jennifer Lambert has a post on PCSing to Germany, to help anyone who will be doing so in the near future.
Military.com has a fun post, 25 GIFs That Perfectly Explain Military Life. This post will put a smile on your face.
The website, The Millie Journal has a great post on The Ebb and Flow of Military Friendships, something we can all relate to in our military lives.
Jo, My Gosh brings us a post with 99 Fun Questions to Ask Your Partner When You’re in a Long Distance Relationship. This can help you know what to say across the miles.
You can find the post, 15 Bible Verses for Military Spouses Facing Deployment or Separation at Jen McDonald’s blog. A post for those that need some encouragement through a common military spouse struggle.
Christ Walk has the post, 101 Reasons I am a Terrible Military Spouse, talking about true life as a military spouse.
At The Military Guide, you can find a post on How To Calculate A Reserve Retirement, which is a good answer to a question a lot of us with a spouse in the Guard or the Reserves have.
Judy Davis-The Direction Diva has a post, How Your Challenges Make You A Stronger Person. This post has a lot of good advice for all of us in our military journeys.
A Purpose Drive Wife blogged about the 5 ways to cope when deployment is overwhelming. A post with some smart tips for getting through the difficult days of a deployment.
On Balancing Grace, read Our Love Story – How I Met My Soldier, a post about finding love.
Visit The Daily Impressions to read a post on Mistakes You Will Make As A New Military Spouse. You know you can relate to at least some of these.
Find out about the 10 Moving Secrets to Help You Prepare for a Move on the blog, Airman to Mom to help you during your next PCS.
Visit Countdown & Cupcakes to read a post on Deployment Myths (And The True Story.) Not everything people assume is true when it comes to deployments.
Servant Mama brings us a post, Encouragement for When You’re Tired of Military Life, something we have all been through at one time or another.
InDependent has a post, I’ll Take the Small Closet, about downsizing your closet and coming up with a move-proof capsule wardrobe.