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Are You (or someone you know) Facing an OCONUS PCS to Europe?
Moving can be stressful. PCSing can be frustrating. But getting PCS orders halfway across the world? Well, that can be downright scary.
However, YOU have the choice in how to respond to this OCONUS PCS duty station. You can either:
- Hate every second of every day missing home and the US
- CHOOSE to embrace what Europe has to offer you and be amazed that this just may end up being your BEST duty station ever
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Whether you want tips and advice on how to settle into your new home, want to learn how to plan a trip from start to finish or need help figuring out HOW to afford travel, this book is just for you.
Including military-specific resources, discounts and travel options, it’s also the perfect toolkit for anyone stationed in Europe, whether you’ve been there a few days or a few years!
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Former teacher turned blogger turned mom turned full time travel addict, LeAnna has never been one to live life by the rules. Whether she is moving to a farm in Switzerland to learn to make cheese (Yes, CHEESE), jumping off a mountain to paraglide over Cinderella castles, or taking her baby all over the world with nothing but a backpack on their backs, LeAnna designs and defines her OWN life. LeAnna, her husband Andy, and kiddo, "Lil B" love to live a minimal lifestyle, not only for the "thrill" of pinching pennies but in order to save for traveling the world. Considering over 40 countries and 90+ cities have been explored, we'd say they are doing something right!
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While this book doesn’t apply to me as I am not in the military (nor married to someone who is) I think its a fantastic idea for one. I would imagine that getting stationed overseas is a somewhat unsettling experience if you are not prepared or interested in living abroad. I totally agree that however long you are stationed somewhere, you need to include travel!
No, the book is not for everyone, but if you DO know someone in the military, pass the info along as it is PERFECT for them 🙂
Haha, I had to read it twice and google all the abbreviations to work out what the book is about 🙂
Looks like a great resource. Hope everyone is excited to get the chance to live abroad.
It’s sad how many people get stationed here and “hate” it. They don’t even have an open mind before coming. That is exactly what this book addresses so that they can actually ENJOY and EMBRACE their time abroad!
This will be a great help for many!!
Had to ask my friend google what some of the acronyms meant, but this is a most helpful guide for military folk and probably some great pointers for most who are considering a move to Europe too.
Haha! It’s true! There are so many ridiculous acronyms in the military! I actually purposefully included them so that the military community knew this book was perfect for them!
Definitively useful for those in the military (and probably many other too)
While it is clearly directed at the military community, it is true; anyone looking at moving to Europe would find LOADS of helpful tips, tricks and resources. They’d just have to skim over all the other acronym nonsense 🙂
I’m sure many people would find this useful
Especially in a military community, it’s not nearly as scary to live overseas because there’s so much support around you. It can be a great experience!
This looks like some great advice for military members who are moving to Europe. Sounds like it has some great tips.
I would love to be based in Europe for a while! I’m not in the military, so this book doesn’t really apply to me, but I can imagine it would be a great resource for those who are set to be stationed abroad. It can always be hard to move, especially for those that would rather stay close to home. If I come across anyone who gets orders to be stationed in Europe I will have to show them this!