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    Download Your Free E-book: Avoid PCS Move Wipeout!

    Are you dealing with a PCS soon? Whether it’s your first move or tenth, planning is key. You may be asking yourself questions like the following: Should I move myself? How can I help my kids cope? What can I do now to prepare? With helpful tips and information, let MilitaryByOwner help make these pre-move weeks and months easier!

    Our staff writers and graphics folks have been busily putting together helpful information for you as you deal with military relocation. As a majority of MilitaryByOwner's staff are military spouses, retired, or veterans, you can be sure that you're getting tried and true advice! We're happy to bring you Avoid PCS Move Wipeout!, the second in a series of FREE PCS e-books. This e-book covers topics such as: 
    • checklists and tips for the months and weeks leading up to the move
    • preparing your finances
    • pros/cons and details on planning a Personally Procured Move
    • tips for helping kids transition to a new location
    • researching the new assignment
    • reminders of administrative and household tasks 

    Why wait? Download your FREE e-book today! Just click the button below. 

    Download Avoid PCS Move Wipeout E-Book

    Jen McDonald


    Jen McDonald

    Jen McDonald is the Content Editor for MilitaryByOwner Advertising. She's a longtime writer, the author of the book You Are Not Alone: Encouragement for the Heart of a Military Spouse, the host of the Milspouse Matters podcast, and has been published in several books and numerous national publications. She was a military spouse for nearly 30 years and is the mom of four (including one son in the military). One of her happiest roles now is being a grandmother. She and her newly retired Air Force husband have been stationed all around the world from Europe to the Pacific and won’t count how many houses they’ve lived in because that would be too depressing. Her passion is encouraging young military spouses and regularly sharing about topics like military life, parenting, homeschooling...and now grandparenting! See more from Jen at her site, Jen McDonald and find her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram , and Pinterest.

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