Follow Your Passion in the Military

Follow Your Passion in the Military

How do you follow your passion in the military? Don’t let the recruiter deter you from what you want to do by offering you a bonus. Make sure you know what career field you are interested in and then follow your passion in the military. Listen here now! Follow Your Passion in the Military Elaine […]

The Rollercoaster of Military Life

The Rollercoaster of Military Life

Is military life like a rollercoaster? If you answered no, you need to listen to Annie’s story this week on the Women of the Military Podcast. Annie had her degree and was unable to find a job and as she was walking to interviews she passed the recruiting station for the Army. Growing up as […]

Flawed but still worthy

Flawed but still worthy

Sometimes the challenges we face in the military cause us to feel as we have lost our value. But it isn’t true, hard experiences are difficult, but we are still worthy. In this week’s interview with Allie Brazas-Hayes we talk about her time in the Navy and the challenges she faced. You can also read […]

The Stories of Military Women and Women Veteran Authors

The Stories of Military Women and Women Veteran Authors

You might think that becoming an author just takes writing a book. But as I interviewed these women veteran authors for this week’s episode of the podcast I realized that it takes a lot more than having an idea and writing to have a successful book. The one theme that came out of this episode […]

Being in the Military Band

Being in the Military Band

Did you know you can serve in the military as a band member? But it isn’t as easy as going to your local recruiter and signing up to serve in the military band. In today’s episode with Charlan Rieve, she talks about the process (outside of COVID) for joining the military band. Listen to the […]

Amplify Women Veterans

Amplify Women Veterans

Amplify Women Veterans by Cynthia Cline, A Faithful Step Week after week I scroll across posts on social media of military women venting about being misidentified as a military spouse rather than a service member or veteran. This may seem like an innocent mistake, but when it happens to a woman while she’s wearing the […]

The First Woman on the Moon?

The First Woman on the Moon?

What does it take to become an astronaut at NASA? This week on the women of the Military podcast we are diving deep into the story of Jasmin Moghbeli and her road to becoming an astronaut at NASA. In this interview, We cover why she decided to join the military. Next, her experience as a […]

Eeek! I’m a civilian! …Now what?

Eeek! I’m a civilian! …Now what?

Separation day was so exciting. I remember taking a video of myself smiling and shrieking, “I’m a civilian!” as I was leaving the base for the last time. I’m naturally a planner so I didn’t think much about the transition out of the military. I assumed transitioning would be a breeze because I had a […]

From Secret Squirrel to Wordsmith

From Secret Squirrel to Wordsmith

Before you leave for deployment you have to mentally prepare. One of the hardest parts of leaving for a deployment is being brave for your family and friends. We talk about how hard it is to say goodbye to family knowing it might be the last time and how important dealing with your emotions is. […]

Investment Opportunity with Mission First Capital

Investment Opportunity with Mission First Capital

This podcast episode is in partnership with Mission First Capital. This is not investment advice, please make sure to do your own research before investing in any opportunity. There are inherent risks with investing and everyone should do their own research before investing in any investment opportunity. When you think about saving for retirement when […]