Sub Spouse Small Business: Warrior Goddess Fitness

Sub Spouse Small Business: Warrior Goddess Fitness

This week's installment of "Sub Spouse Small Business" - meet Tabitha Martin, a sub spouse and founder of Warrior Goddess Fitness! Based in Guam, Tabitha created a local community to help women on their wellness journeys. Read more below! Name: Tabitha MartinHometown: Lake Ozark, MissouriCurrent Duty Station: Naval Base Guam (PCS'ing to Hawaii in November) [...]

A Historic Tour of Pearl Harbor: 7 Must-Visit Sites

A Historic Tour of Pearl Harbor: 7 Must-Visit Sites

On December 8, 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt called December 7th “a date which will live in infamy.” Many of us have heard about the stories of the December 7th attack on Pearl Harbor which launched the United States into World War II. Some people might have a personal connection to Pearl Harbor, while others [...]

Faith & Deployment: 3 Ways to Survive Sea Duty

Faith & Deployment: 3 Ways to Survive Sea Duty

Story submitted by Stacie You may already be asking, “what does faith have to do with deployment?” Well, I’ll tell you! First of all, let’s look at the definition of faith. The word faith comes from the Latin root word fides, meaning confidence or trust in a person, thing, or concept. But in the context [...]

Sub Spouse Small Business: Vintage Sailor Design. Co.

Sub Spouse Small Business: Vintage Sailor Design. Co.

In our latest installment of “Sub Spouse Small Business” – meet Angie Halliwell, a sub spouse and owner of The Vintage Sailor Design Co. Based in Kings Bay, Georgia, Angie creates reclaimed, farmhouse and military-inspired décor. From custom ornaments and leather key chains to name plaques and signs, her work combines submarine style and farmhouse chic. [...]

8 Tips For Helping Children Through Deployment

8 Tips For Helping Children Through Deployment

Many people wonder how to help their children during deployments. I was pregnant during my spouse’s first deployment, but I remember watching other spouses with children and wondering how they managed to help their children through deployments and still thrive themselves. I grew up in a military family, and my father deployed multiple times during [...]

OPSEC Reminders: Keeping Our Sailors Safe

OPSEC Reminders: Keeping Our Sailors Safe

Seven months into the COVID-19 pandemic, and the need for significant physical distancing, there has been a HUGE increase in virtual communication. From video chats and phone calls to texts and social media, technology has been a blessing during this time.   As military spouses we are privy to information regarding boat movements, however this knowledge is [...]