Folding Baby Clothes: A Daddy’s Guest Post

MilliGFunk Pregnancy Guest Post by Nick

My husband is generally not a man of many words, but when he does talk, most of what he says is pretty sharp-witted. His humor is one of the many things I love about him, so I’m glad to be able to share it with you today. Here’s his perspective … Continue reading

Freelance Writers Appreciation Week: Karen Huffman

Today’s featured freelance writer and military spouse is Karen Huffman. A freelance writer based in the Washington DC area, Karen Huffman is an experienced e-learning professional well-versed in online content development, online instructional design, and face-to-face post-secondary instruction. Karen writes engaging and dynamic content, with particular emphasis on informal learning, … Continue reading

Freelance Writers Appreciation Week: Tiffany Silverberg

Today’s featured freelance writer and military spouse is Tiffany Silverberg.  In Tiffany’s Words… I love words, have a penchant for Oxford commas, and vehemently defend the passive voice. I formalized my love for words at UC Berkeley studying theoretical linguistics and digging into why and how we communicate. In the meantime, … Continue reading

Freelance Writers Appreciation Week: Jessica Lynn

Today’s featured freelance writer and military spouse is Jessica Lynn of Jessica Lynn Writes. Jessica is the voice behind Jessica Lynn Writes (www.jessicalynnwrites.com), a lifestyle blog documenting her life as a new mom, a military wife, a writer, a foodie, globetrotter, and an accidental southern girl. As a former assistant editor for a … Continue reading

Freelance Writers Appreciation Week: Sabra Morris

Today’s featured freelance writer and military spouse is Sabra Morris of Sabra Morris Media. I’ve enjoyed getting to know Sabra, and I hope you do, too. Sabra Morris is the owner and sole proprietor of Sabra Morris Media, a freelance writing, editing and project-management service specializing in lifestyle-magazine an online … Continue reading

Freelance Writers Appreciation Week: Tricia Sankey

Today’s featured freelance writer and military spouse is Tricia Sankey from Milspouseprose.com. Tricia Sankey is a freelance editor and writer who has just created the website Milspouseprose. The website is designed especially for military spouses but welcomes all. It consists of short stories and flash fiction that feature the military … Continue reading

Exercising Through Pregnancy: Faith

Exercise Pregnancy Faith

I believe in being my best self. Period. That means more than exercise, of course, which is why today’s post is about the intersection of fitness and faith in my life (and in my pregnancy). Faith has always played an important part in why I run. Long runs bring some … Continue reading

Exercising Through Pregnancy: Empowerment

Exercise Pregnancy Empowerment

I like feeling empowered. I like feeling strong and capable. Pregnancy feels…different. I don’t trust my balance. My joints are loosey-goosey. My body aches, and my once-buff belly now pinches and pulls every time I cough or sneeze as it grows to accommodate my now-melon-sized uterus. And pregnancy boobs? I … Continue reading

Exercising Through Pregnancy: Old Me & New Me

Pregnant - Daydreaming of Sushi and Beer - MilliGFunk

Pregnancy is a hugely personal experience. Every woman’s body and baby (or babies) are different, and what’s right for one woman isn’t necessarily right for other women. This week I want to share why I’ve chosen to exercise through my pregnancy. These posts aren’t about judgment, they’re about sharing my experience … Continue reading

Busting the Myth of the "Typical Army Spouse"

If you believe that there’s such a thing as a “typical Army spouse”, I have bad news for you; the “typical Army spouse” is a big, fat myth. It’s a safety blanket for spouses who are too new or too scared or too removed from the Army culture to get … Continue reading

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