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Living It - Week 22

Sleep – Tip #59

When I wrote this tip I was trying to work through a reintegration with my husband after a long deployment.  I was sleep deprived (working full time and trying to look after 2 children – under 3 years old at the time).   468 more words

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Living It - Week 21

Tip # 58 Create a Pillow Case

In “101 Tips for Military Families Experiencing Absence or Deployment” I suggested making a pillowcase that they could lay their head on every night that would be comforting.   248 more words

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Living It - Weeks 18, 19 & 20

Pamper Yourself – Tip #9

I am convinced that I didn’t write this tip during a deployment as finding the time to pamper myself has been somewhat of a joke.   528 more words

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1001 Tips for Military Families - #457

Spaces – Tip #457

It never surprises me that I quickly take over many of my husband’s “spaces” when he is gone.  I already sleep in the middle of the bed, have filled the closet with my clothes and moved in on his office space now – there seems to be no stopping me.   241 more words

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1001 Tips for Military Families - #456

Sanity: Keeping It or Getting It Back!

Keeping your sanity during a deployment is no easy feat (it is actually a challenge for me even when I am not going through a deployment). 853 more words

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Living It - Week Seventeen

Breakfast for Dinner – Tip #85

It may be considered slightly sad that my idea of shaking it up a little is to have breakfast for dinner!   245 more words

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