Having a ton of extra money isn’t something a lot of military spouses experience. In fact, recent studies have shown thatan alarming 26% of military spouses face unemployment challenges, and living on one income can be difficult. You cut expenses, and budget your finances , and find ways to save but you still wonder why you can’t get ahead. Every holiday, birthday party, or non-monthly expense (like oil changes or other annoying money-sucking expenses that always pop up at the worst times) causes you to lose sleep. It causes tearsand arguments with your spouse. The solution is actually pretty... read more
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Photo courtesy of: U. S. Navy photo by Photographers Mate 1st Class William R Goodwin. Story by:Naval Supply Systems Command Global Logistics Support SAN DIEGO (NNS) -- In a message released March 24, Naval Supply Systems Command Global Logistics Support (NAVSUP GLS) advised Sailors and family members that peak season for household goods (HHG) moves will run from May 15 to August 31 this year. During this time, almost 55 percent of all Department of Defense household goods moves for the year will be executed. Sailors expecting to move during this time should prepare as early as possible. This... read more
Welcome to the first MilitaryBridge Blog Post! I hope that what we share on the MB Blog is helpful and meaningful in your life as a military member, dependent, or veteran. I would like to start our MB blog with a brief introduction of myself, Jennifer Borgstrom,the founder of MilitaryBridge , and why I started my company back in May 2012. I feel very fortunate to call myself a military spouse. Through my experience as a military spouse and now military family, I learned that there are many rewarding and challenging aspects in being a part of the military community. There are manyrewards to mi... read more