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December 3rd, 2014
Angela Caban

By: Angela Caban

What are 3 things you want to change this new year?

Think about this more along the lines of making improvements, don't use words like; stop, cut back, drop, give up or quit - these all have one thing in common, doing less or not doing it at all.

Tricking our brains into thinking that we can simply improve ourselves without seeing it as something hard to stop. It is all about perception and how better our lives would be if we focused on things to improve our overall quality.

December 2nd, 2014
Angela Caban

By: Angela Caban

We live in uncertain economic times where many think, “Why should I spend money on an education?” You may hesitate to do so, but these investments can really pay off and advance your career. I am not only talking about the monetary investment, although that may sometimes be the biggest factor in going back to school, but the investment of time.

One of the main ways to invest in your career is through education. When you make an investment in your education, you invest in yourself.

November 24th, 2014
Angela Caban

By: Jennifer M. Morrison

The holidays are always a time to make military members and their families long for the familiarity of their hometown, some cases home country.  Often times it’s difficult for families to make the trip back home because of leave availability, training schedules, and money.  So if you’re planning on celebrating the holidays far from home this year, we have some tips to help make it as festive as possible.

Embrace It

November 21st, 2014
Angela Caban

By: Jennifer M. Morrison

For the last half century, the idea that a four year degree is the only way to secure a career and the middle-class has permeated our educational system. This idea has caused a myriad of problems including an economy left without skilled trade workers and high school students who are either force themselves into four year degree programs or those who are left adrift unsure of their next step.

November 18th, 2014
Angela Caban

Planning to leave the military can be frightening. On it's own, the military is a different world. This world we live in day-to-day, and now everything is changing. Whether you are thinking about it or have started the process, don't let the thought of planning out your life overwhelm you.



So, where do you start?

November 9th, 2014
Angela Caban

Look around at all the people that surround us in everyday life. Many of the people that are in our lives or have an effect on our lives are veterans. Veterans are very special people. They are a select group of individuals who looked deep within themselves and found what the true meaning of freedom meant. Without these people, we could not say “The Pledge of Allegiance.”

November 5th, 2014
Angela Caban

As we enter the month of November, we remember those who serve in the silent ranks... military families.

One of the most commonly asked questions I get is "What can we do to help you and your husband?"

We live in a mainly civilian community, my husband is Army National Guard so not many know we are a military family, unless they see our "Army Bumper Sticker" on our cars. :-)

As a military spouse, I am so very grateful that there are people out there who look for ways to thank us and help us when we most need it.

October 31st, 2014
Angela Caban

We hope you have been enjoying our positivity series. We hope that not only you have been putting these to good use in your own life and career, but that you have noticed the changes in your life!

Miss one? Catch up with our previous positivity posts before moving on

October 29th, 2014
Angela Caban

Dental Assistants are an essential part of any dentist's office. They interact with doctors, patients and other health professionals every day in a variety of capacities. They coordinate patient schedules and complete critical office work as well as schedule and confirm appointments, receive patients, keep treatment records, send bills, receive payments, and order dental supplies and materials.

October 27th, 2014
Angela Caban

If you are a military spouse in school or considering going back to school and are not in the traditional 18-23 age range, you are a non-traditional student… And that's okay!



What questions do you have about being a military spouse and going back to school? Ask us below...


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