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1001 Tips for Military Families - Tip #471

Making Time

As the holidays draw closer and closer for many of us there seems like an endless list of things to do, buy, wrap, make, go to, etc. 674 more words

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1001 Tips for Military Families - Tip #470

“I Love You Because…” Frames

Our lives as a family are busy.  We have chosen to do the things that we love to do and are having fun but most mornings I don’t really don’t see my kids very much.   190 more words

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1001 Tips for Military Families - Tip #469

The Kindness Challenge

If you are anything like me, December is spent in a mad dash to buy things for people that I hope they will like and will show them I care. 202 more words

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1001 Tips for Military Families - Tip #468

Tell Your Story – Tip #468

Everyone has stories inside of them to share about their experiences during a deployment, re-integration, posting or their lives as part of a military family.  420 more words

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1001 Tips for Military Families - Tip #467

Thankfulness – Not Just A Temporary Thing!

Each year at Thanksgiving, we go around the table, talking about the things we are grateful for – as I know many do.   331 more words

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1001 Tips for Military Families - Tip #466

Selfish Day

Many of us think of the word selfish and automatically think of it as a negative thing.  After all, it is often used by people to describe someone that thinks only of themselves, is thoughtless and mean.   596 more words

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1001 Tips for Military Families - Tip #465

Focusing In – Tip # 465

When my husband was away I focused on spending time with my kids.  I became my son’s soccer team manager (had no idea what I was getting myself into but best thing I have done with him), went to my daughter’s practices and swim meets, drove them to school once a week, had sleepovers, took them out on the weekends and just made sure I was present and available.   686 more words

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