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Altitude Change: Inclusion in the Milspouse Community

As military spouses, we like to think that inclusivity comes naturally to us. After all, we so often feel left out ourselves that we would never want anyone else to feel the same way. Right? Rewind to our September Milspouse on a Mission: ALtitude Change brunch, which included an engaging panel session where we discussed,…

The Resignation Experience

Resigning from a job, for me, has to be one of the most unpleasant experiences of my professional career. No matter the circumstances – whether I must leave due to circumstances beyond my control (e.g. because my husband joined the Air Force and I love him, duh, so I’ve got to go (also known as…

The Altitude Change Brunch/Milspouse on a Mission Event in England

Join us for brunch, a game of speed friendship and more in this first in a series of intimate ”Milspouses on a Mission” conferences – presented by More Than a Mrs. and The Veteran Spouse.

All’s Quiet on the Western Front: 28 Things I’ve Learned About Living/Being Stationed in England

All’s been quiet on the Western front…but that’s because More Than a Mrs. has made it to England (and is getting ready to make some noise over here🤪). Here’s a quick, bulleted synopsis of what I’ve learned about being stationed in Europe thus far (some are things I already knew, but they might still be…

The Introvert’s Guide to Finding Your Tribe

Making friends at each of your spouse’s new duty stations is already inherently difficult. How can you possibly hope to find your tribe of military spouse friends, when you’re an introvert? The answer, my friends, is quite simple. Just wait to be adopted by an extrovert! But seriously, for many introverts, the prospect of becoming…