When it comes to transitioning back to civilian life, Marines aren’t the only ones who have preparation to do and decisions to make. Check out our tips for a successful transition as a military spouse.
Now that the holiday season is upon us, our thoughts turn to good will and ways we can give back. There are lots of opportunities available, but sometimes it’s hard to figure out where to start. Check out these easy ways to do some good in your community.
Odds are you haven’t heard of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD). SAD is a type of depression that is associated with the change in seasons.
Since we spend most of our day at work, why not take advantage of it? Make your workplace work for you. Practicing healthy habits during your business hours will keep you energized, keep your spirits up, and boost your productivity.
As a Marine, you may not need to rely on a student loan to pay for your education. With access to Tuition Assistance, scholarships, grants, and your GI Bill education benefit you have many options.
Thanksgiving has come and gone, and with it, delicious turkey, numerous pies, and, unfortunately, plenty of extra calories. If you’re watching your weight this season, check out these tips on how to eat well and still have fun at holiday parties.
Do you feel stressed when trying to connect to family and friends during the holidays? You’re not alone. During the holiday season, it’s normal to feel a variety of emotions — both excitement and stress. If the latter gets too much, however, here are some ideas for lowering stress while visiting family (or having family visit) during the holidays.
The holiday season is filled with happiness, but also with high energy costs that can steal your holiday joy. Do your part to be as energy-smart as possible by using these simple tips
Spending time away from your home or family during the holidays can be hard, whether you or your loved one is deployed or you’re stationed far away from your family. Check out these tips to remaining festive during the holidays.
In 2008, former Secretary of Defense Robert Gates designated November as Warrior Care Month. Each November, we especially honor our wounded warriors who sacrificed so much for both the Corps and for our country. How can you get involved this year?