Today we’re doing something a little different around here. We’re featuring Military Spouse bloggers and showcasing what they are saying about Instant Teams Academy and how to land the perfect remote career.
Each of these contributors knows exactly what military spouse life is like — the good, the bad, and the ugly. They have persevered through tough times and have made their remote career dreams a reality. Now they want to share it with you!
So who are these military spouse influencers? Well… we think you’re really going to like them!
They are as varied as you and I, with the common denominator being amongst a military-connected community.
Gabriela Bell is passionate about bringing order to chaotic lives. She’s the Founder of Organized Q, which provides Executive Assistant (EA) services to small businesses and executives. Their team of virtual EA’s is made up of highly-qualified, professional military spouses and veterans.
Gabriela emphasizes how traditional employment is changing and remote work is not only here to stay but opportunities are opening at a rapid pace.
Head over to the Organized Q website to read her 5 tips to landing your perfect remote career sooner than later: You can read Gabriela’s article here:
Marla Bautista is a warrior and if you haven’t met her yet, I’m thrilled to introduce you to her work. She’s a military spouse, writer, momma to three, and advocate.
Marla lost her parents as a young child and at one point found herself homeless. She founded the Bautista Project LLC to assist homeless community members and discovered an outlet for her hardships through writing.
Be sure to read Marla’s article:
Marla always keeps it real. Inside she shares how to meet your professional goals, how to get the skills, and how to get going with your remote career. Because it’s really exhausting hopping from job to job every few years or simply hoping something lands in your lap.
See what I mean? She’s incredible.
Military Mom Collective is an amazing community for military families and they represent all branches of service. They are moms, service members, veterans, spouses, moms of military members, and more! They pride themselves on not only providing resources, but also being a resource to connect moms across the globe. (They also offer some pretty neat swag in their shop, too!)
In their article, Mama’s Gotta Work: An Opportunity for Military Moms to Work Remotely, they discuss the particular hardships for moms this year and the real solution for military moms and remote work.
And better yet – they featured the Academy TWICE!
In Remote Work is Here to Stay! – Let Instant Teams Academy Help, you will learn why Instant Teams Academy offers what you need to learn the skills and land the remote career you’ve hoped for.
Wendi Iacobello is the mastermind behind Strength 4 Spouses. She understands the employment woes of military spouse life, especially underemployment. Even with a Master’s degree and over 9 years experience in her field, she still struggled like many of us with finding and keeping work that left her fulfilled.
Wendi is a new mom and navigating military life with a young son has been quite the adjustment for her “predictable, schedule-loving self”.
The Time is Now for Remote Work is a fantastic point of view on why there’s never been a better time to get a remote career than right now. Plus, how to get an edge on the competition!
Jennifer Brantley is the woman behind More Than a Mrs. She’s an attorney, motivational speaker, military spouse, creator of the DiscardIt podcast, and so much more! She lives and breathes her tagline, There’s More to a Milspouse than Meets the Eye.
Remote work is something Jennifer has consistently advocated for. Inside, she shares how to “start your journey towards a career that pays well, travels with you, and offers career advancement opportunities – and you need to start now”.
Heather Tabers recognizes and owns what makes her unique, acknowledging that she’s a bit of this and that. She shares how life can feel shattered, scattered, and how God uses her broken pieces to design intricately beautiful mosaics. She shares this on her blog, The Mosaic Life.Hop on over to check out her article,How VA Caregivers Can Prep for Remote Careers Before 2021
In the article, Heather shares how if you are a wounded warrior caregiver in the Veteran Affairs Caregiver Program, it’s of utmost importance to have a good remote career so you don’t have to leave your loved one home alone. She understands how you need stability and its importance.
Noralee Jones, also known as Mrs. Navy Mama, prides herself on sharing all aspects of military life. Over on the Mrs. Navy Mama blog, you can find Noralee opening up and sharing tips on budgeting, her favorite recipes, motherhood, self-care, and so much more!
Inside How Military Spouses Can Best Prepare for Remote Work for 2021, Noralee breaks down how to help you succeed in finding a remote career and one that offers career advancement instead of feeling stuck.
There is a reason why all of these contributors focused on remote work!
They’re all remote workers and they all know the benefit to finding a remote career as military spouses. A remote career fits into military life so beautifully allowing you to grow in your career instead of job hopping which leads to a sense of accomplishment and professional development.
Let us know in the comments what your favorite takeaways are from the articles above!