This Week: 2021 Personal Finance Year in Review + Relationship Checkup for Military Couples

Hi and welcome to the Military Families Learning Network (MFLN) Weekly Digest! Each Monday we will send out a breakdown of what is happening in the MFLN that week, let you know about upcoming webinars, highlight a blog post that might be of interest, and spotlight a recent webinar that is still offering continuing education credits.

This Week

2021 Personal Finance Year in Review | December 7

This seventh annual MFLN Personal Finance Year in Review webinar will describe legislation and events that have impacted military personal finances during 2021 and trends that will continue to impact finances in the years ahead.

The Relationship Checkup: Support for Military Couples | December 8

Learn about “The Checkup,” a powerful tool used by Military and Family Counseling Program to provide couples with the best available ongoing relationship support helping couples heal, strengthen, and maintain their relationship health.

Mark Your Calendar

December 15 – Need to Refuel? Tools for Self-Care & Resilience

January 19 – Medicare Changes in 2022: What Providers Need to Know

January 25 – Helping Gen Z Service Members Navigate Their Finances

January 26 – Intuitive Eating & Diabetes Management 

Latest Blog Post

Healthy Eating During the Holidays

The holidays can bring many stressors! Don’t let eating and enjoying meals with your family be one of them. Eating healthy and celebrating the holidays don’t have to be mutually exclusive. After all, one of the best parts about holiday celebrations is the food!

Webinar Spotlight

Interactive Self-Care Workshop for Military & Veteran TBI Caregivers

Families and friends play a critical role in supporting the health and well-being of individuals with TBI. It is important to recognize the emotional, physical and financial toll that can be associated with caregiving. This webinar will provide education and insight into TBI caregiver resources, common concerns, self-care strategies, current research and identify best practices to improve caregiver quality of life.