Army wife and podcast host Carlee Wengel shares tips, tricks, advice, and personal stories to help guide you on your military spouse adventure.
Care Package Tips & Tricks w/ Rachel McQuiston
On episode 24, Rachel from Countdowns and Cupcakes gives us all the best tips and tricks for making a great care package. She makes awesome care package designs that you can buy. I ask about inexpensive ideas for things to send, unique ideas, homemade,...
Duty Station Bucket List
On episode 23, I talk about the importance of having a duty station bucket list. Get your free printable checklist here. Start making a duty station bucket list 2 months before you PCS to your new duty station. First make a bucket list of the things you...
Ultimate Deployment Guide w/Lizann Lightfoot
On Episode 22 of Hurry Up and Wait, I talk with Lizann Lightfoot, the Seasoned Spouse, about the new book she wrote called Ultimate Deployment Guide which is available on Amazon. Her and her husband have been together for 19 years and through 7...
All About the PCS Binder
Hurry Up and WaitOn Episode 21, I talk all things PCS Binder. The PCS Binder is a school binder you make and fill with all your important documents, in transits papers, and other useful information to stay organized and help you be a little less...
Green to Gold Program w/Samantha Peterson
Today I talk with Samantha about the program her husband is currently doing called Green to Gold. It’s a program in the military that allows enlisted soldiers to transition to officers. The option in this program that Samantha’s husband chose is for 2...
25 Military Acronyms You Should Know
On this episode I give you the most important acronyms that any military significant other or spouse should know. I say there are 25 but in reality there are closer to 35 acronyms in this episode because some that I placed under one number are actually...
PCS to Fort Campbell
I’m getting stationed in Fort Campbell here in a few days and this was extremely helpful and informative. Thank you for doing these podcasts.
Informative & Helpful
I love this podcast! Always new info & helpful advice for anyone walking through the journey of being in the military
A voice of experience for the inexperienced
I’m no longer in the military (Washington Army National Guard 1990-1996), so I’m not
exactly Carlee’s target audience, but this podcast does two things for me. One, it reminds me of days spent in the military serving in the fraternity of soldiers, a time of my life I miss almost every day. Two, Carlee tells great stories and relates her experiences to moments I know I appreciate.