I stumbled across Nancy's YouTube channel - Taylor's Travels - recently where she writes about her experiences teaching online for VIPKID, posts bootcamp training videos and documents her family travels. She also writes a blog which you can read here.
Cassandra is a stay at home mum and full time student whose husband decided to become a pilot after completing his Masters degree. On her blog Life Of The Pilot Wife she writes "It takes a special kind of woman to let her husband soar on his own. And for that, there comes love, support, frustration and humor. I hope you enjoy this journey with me while I learn the ins and outs.".
Taniya started The Flight Wife in the spring of 2015 with the goal of helping other pilot wives find balance and manage their busy lives. Her blog has grown from a tiny little corner of the Internet to a space where thousands of readers now read and share her content daily.
Joanna is a wife, mother of two, part-time worker outside of the home, RPCV (return Peace Corps Volunteer), planner, controller and organiser. She started her blog Daddy...Daddy, Come Back on November 3, 2009 as an outlet. She also has another blog called Pilot Wife Healthy Minute Meals.
Bethany and her family love to travel. They decided to homeschool to allow them more freedom to navigate the aviation lifestyle and continue to travel. She writes about her travel and homeschooling experiences at Don't Be Afraid To Choose Adventure.
Marianne is a writer, journalist, blogger, mother of boys, A380 pilot's wife, sun-worshipper and distracted housewife surrounded by souks, skyscrapers, shopping, sea and sand. Her blog is called Circles In The Sand. She has also written an e-book called Cupcakes and Heels.
Samantha from Have Seat Will Travel writes for the little piece of wanderlust that exists in all of us. She states her goal is to help you hone in on your dream travels and make it a reality.
Angelia from The Pilot Wife Life describes her blog like this: My goal is to not only survive this life but to live it well, strengthen our marriages in a field that can destroy them, and use that experience to encourage others who are living this beautiful chaos of the pilot wife life too.
Barbara writes at Wife of A Pilot about Living a First Class Life on a Coach Budget. She has 7 children and 2 grandchildren and has homeschooled for 25 years.
Lindsey at A Pilot's Wife is A born to be blogger. A fashion fanatic. A dog mom. A want to be world traveler.
Couper's blog is Happy Life Pilot Wife. She lives with her husband and 2 children in the Niagara region of Canada. Couper blogs about travel, real life and motherhood.
Monique is a brand new blogger who has just started writing her blog, Pilot Wife, Mom, Entrepreneur about being a mom, pilot wife and small business owner.
Pam describers herself as Karate Belt tying, Hair Bow attaching, Former Emergency Exit pointer outer, Cupcake Decorating, Standby Flying, Blog Writing, School Administrator of Private Academy-Homeschooling, Happy Wife and Exhausted Mom. You can read her blog at Pamela Gann
Brielle is another new blogger who recently married her pilot who was also her childhood sweetheart. She describes herself as a believer, obsessed with her dog, coffee, red wine, and anything gold and sparkly. You can check out her blog at Brie The Pilot's Wife.
Captain Mom is written by Rhonda who blogs about parenting, mommyhood, food & cooking, recipes, humor, commentary...and more.
Laura is a pilot wife and mom who is currently travelling around the world with her kids and blogging about it at Momma With A Map. She also has some great travel advice, packing tips and non-rev information on her blog.
Ashley's blog The Pilot Wifestyle was created when her husband decided to start flight school and she found she had a lot of questions and wasn't sure where to find answers. Her blog is designed to provide pilot wives and families with resources to navigate through the world of aviation.
Oh wait! Nearly forgot my blog!! I started blogging in January 2016 with the goal to share a little bit about out crazy life with family, friends and others who were interested in reading about our adventures. I hoped that some of the things I shared might also help others in a similar situation to us. My blog, Life, Love and Aviation was the catalyst for starting Sky Families as a way to reach out to other partners of pilots on an even bigger (and hopefully more supportive) scale. Enjoy 🙂