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Rachel Carpenter

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Rachel has been an Air Force spouse for 17 years. Her husband's career had taken them to many assignments around the world, and she currently lives in Hawaii. She is a mother of four children; their ages range from fifteen to four years old, so her life is often exciting and challenging. She holds a BA in English and a MA in Management. When not busy with work or her family, she enjoys volunteering within the military community and has even been a Key Spouse at two stations. Rachel has always enjoyed writing and literature, and she is happy to find this community to combine these interests. She has been featured on We Are The Mighty, Her View From Home, AMSE, The Beautifull Project, Hand-in-Hand QC, and other publications - but The Military Mom Collective is her home. :)

November Book Club Discussion Questions

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Military Moms Blog presents .... the MilMB Book Club! For our November book club selection, we chose "When Breath Becomes Air" by Paul Kalanithi. In this slim and beautifully-written memoir, a neurosurgeon writes about love,...

Presenting Military Moms Blog Book Club!

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Our team of contributors and founders are avid readers and writers.  A book club seems like a necessity, right? We can all choose a book, read it, discuss it, and share ideas with one...

Hawaii’s Most Fun and Affordable Things to do For The Military Family: Part 2...

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This is part two of a series on fun and affordable things to do in Hawaii.  This series also aims to highlight the need to find the positives in every assignment, even if it is...

Hawaii’s Most Fun and Affordable Things to do For The Military Family: Part 1

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This is part one of a series on fun and affordable things to do in Hawaii. This series also aims to highlight the need to find the positives in every assignment, even if it is...

Here I Go Again on My Own …

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... you know the rest of the lyrics. For those who are military spouses, this should be our mantra. Personally, I feel that this is how I can describe at least 65 percent of...

How to Make Military Friends and Keep Them

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Here is a little known military life truth:  Making friends and keeping them is no easy task. We all know how it feels to be the "new" person, trying to make and establish connections...