A conversation on Facebook the other day prompted me to write this post about what I wish I knew when I first became a military spouse. Some of these things I was already doing, others, I wish I had started earlier. I hope this post will help those who are just embarking on the fabulousContinue reading “Some stuff I wish I had known when I started”
Since we returned from our house-hunting trip (HHT) the workload has increased. We had a telephone meeting (using Skype) with our relocation advisor to obtain information on how to claim expenses from our house-hunting trip (i.e. reimbursement for hotel, rental car, meals, etc.) We need to mail all of our original receipts to Canada. However,Continue reading “On return from the HHT”
This week we had our first meeting with our Relocation Advisor. This meeting is important because we learn all of the benefits to which we are entitled for this move. The moving process is also explained and we learn what we are permitted and not permitted to do. Here is what happens. Posting Message isContinue reading “First Meeting with Relocation Advisor”
Last year at this time we received our screening message to be posted to the UK. If I’d known then, what I know now, I would have started my home inventory as soon as the screening message arrived. If you have received a screening message for an OUTCAN posting in 2014 – START YOUR HOME INVENTORYContinue reading “Home Inventory – Today’s Necessity”
With only 6 weeks left before our move to England, I’m busy organizing. I’m getting rid of paper and electrical appliances.