Realty meets reality TV … get some guidance from the Williams family.
Source: 4 tips from veterans-turned-‘Flip or Flop’ stars for your next military move
I admit that this inspiring story by Natalie Gross is uplifting to me as the married couple featured Andy Williams and Ashley Williams seem both very much passionately in love with each other and you can see through their self confident eyes that both appear to be in a happy blissful place that they are performing in a career path that is part of their spiritual life purpose/ heaven inspired career destiny.
4 Tips From Veterans Turned Flip or Flop Stars For Your Next Military Move by Natalie Gross
The U.S. Army plans to field a shelf-stable pepperoni pizza entrée for Meals, Ready-to-Eat beginning this month.
Source: Army to Begin Fielding Long-Awaited MRE Pizza This Month
I admit that this coming across this link is more or less an indirect influence of my job as even though it centers on MREs, the reference to pizza is discussed, a food that even I have seen is popular among many of the customers sometimes even on themed nights.
Army To Begin Fielding Long Awaited MRE Pizza This Month by Matthew Cox
Overall, the Navy’s budget received a $6.5 billion boost over the funding levels proposed last year in the final Obama administration budget.
Source: The Navy wants to hire thousands more sailors in 2018
I preface sharing this navy times article of more sailors being hired in 2018 by acknowledging that I am intuitively and logically aware that I am blessed/charmed/luck to have the job that I have with leaders who treat me well. Additionally,I admit that I am just following my intuition to keep and share four articles pertaining to the topic of hiring for some present and future reference research. Currently, I am going to work on during the month of March 2018 and April 2018 just applying for second jobs that would complement the schedule of my current job which would allow me to have two jobs. I had to preface this being intuitively aware that it was necessary to do so as I am learning that other people may speak for you unless you learn to speak for yourself.
The Navy Wants to Hire Thousands More Sailors in 2018 by David B Larter
Capt. Amy Bauernschmidt is looking to make history again.
I admit in honor of Women’s History month this article by Victoria Leoni pertaining to a woman aiming to be the first female commanding officer of a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier catches my attention. The woman’s name is Amy Bauernschmidt.
Aviator vying to be Navy’s first female CO of an aircraft carrier by Victoria Leoni
Source: Aviator vying to be Navy’s first female CO of an aircraft carrier
The reality of how much time individual sailors spend away from home might surprise you.I actually saw this one of a kind link by Mark Faram yesterday. I was stationed on two different ships (a destroyer class ship and an aircraft carrier) during my time in the navy and an aviation squadron attached to an aircraft carrier and the information provided in the article seems informative as I do remember the at sea schedules being set up different just from the 3 places I mentioned being stationed at (the destroyer class ship in Yokosuka Japan USS O’Brien, HS-6 aviation squadron in North Island California, and the aircraft carrier the USS Eisenhower based out of Norfolk Virginia).
Source: The busiest ships, subs and squadrons — who’s really away from home the most?
The good old USA frequently ranks among the world’s friendliest countries, but residents of the most affable American cities go above and beyond mere courtesy by offering a genuine smile, salutation, or helping hand. Whether you’re a tourist, a recent transplant, or a native, the goodwill you’ll witness in these stateside locales may rub off on you.
Source: The 20 Friendliest Cities in Americaan interesting Bob Vila article on different cities across the U.S.