What do you wish you could change when your partner is away for work?
For many of us the thought of managing a home, your work, and a family on your own makes “balance” feel out of the question.
Add deployments, erratic schedules, frequent relocations, and massive uncertainty in the face of crisis and you have a glimpse of the real-life challenges of a military spouse.
I have so much respect for military spouses and anyone who successfully manages temporary or long-term solo parenting. That is why I am so honored to have Ashley Christian Folsom as our special guest on Expat Happy Hour.
Ashley is a military spouse, Martha Beck master certified life coach, mother of two energetic daughters, a certified Shift Your Grief master moach, and MBA graduate, just to name a few of her interesting and impressive qualifications.
In today’s episode, Tips For Making the Best of Military Spouse Life with Ashley Folsom, we cover some of the most important topics related to maintaining your home, business, relationships and your sanity.
Join us as we discuss:
- The importance of aiming to be “enough” when you parent, run a household, or a business.
- Her secret to making it all work when your partner is traveling
- Brilliant ideas on how to support your children to cope with a parent’s extended absence
- The key ingredient for a family when your partner’s assignments are erratic
- And more!
Ashley demonstrates what I firmly believe: the right mindset, proven strategies and accountability is behind every happy and successful individual.
Gain a fresh perspective and effective strategies by listening here.
Here is to navigating our toughest challenges with grace.
P.S. The free training How to maintain and nurture your relationships with loved ones from afar. is now available! Get it here.