Stevens Signature Marketing would not exist if I did not marry an active duty Army Officer. Point. Blank. Period.

I became a freelance writer and marketing consultant because I wanted to keep my career in motion regardless of the logistical challenges being a military spouse presents.

I frequently write original content for third-party sites and my own blog about being a military spouse, entrepreneur, and motherhood.

I’ve worked with some wonderful organizations whose goals are to help military spouses with all of these challenges, and you can find that content here. I also write original content specifically for this page. My goal is to help other military spouses with knowledge I’ve learned from personal experiences and from working with these organizations.

5 Lessons I Learned During My No-Spend Challenge

  • Posted by marysastevens
  • On September 5, 2018
This article originally appeared on Military Moms Blog. My husband deployed in August 2017 for nine months just three weeks after our daughter was born. To help the time pass more quickly, I brainstormed a list of personal growth challenges. I was inspired by Lent and fasting to commit to a ‘No Spend Challenge’ that, […]
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4 New Homeowner Lessons I Learned While My Spouse Was Deployed

  • Posted by marysastevens
  • On September 5, 2018
This article originally appeared on Military By Owner. Being a homeowner and military spouse presents challenges unique from civilians. If our service members are in the field or deployed, it’s not easy to get in touch with them when emergencies arise. We are often dependent on only ourselves, left alone to make the decisions to […]
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5 Business Lessons from a Military Spouse During Deployment

  • Posted by marysastevens
  • On May 9, 2018
Search online and you’ll find a plethora of blogs and articles about the trials and hardships of military spouses. It’s not an easy life, and there are a lot of perspectives others share. We are driven by the same call our spouses have to serve, sacrifice, and persist through adversity to achieve goals. In this […]
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{Newsroom} #IamMILLIE – My MILLIE Journey

  • Posted by marysastevens
  • On June 5, 2017
My MILLIE Journey By Marysa Stevens #IamMILLIE because I am a resilient and ambitious military spouse. The definition of a MILLIE is a “creative problem solver who owns the military experience in my own way.” Well, then I am surely considered a MILLIE. Military spouses are all too familiar with the personal and professional sacrifices that come with […]
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7 Important Tips to Help Prepare for a Career After the Military

  • Posted by marysastevens
  • On May 24, 2017
The original story was posted to militarybyowner.com.  Whether you’re retiring from the military after 20+ years or transitioning out earlier, it’s critical to your civilian career that you do your research and be prepared for the cultural changes you will endure. Speaking with Jean South, CEO of Hire Served, a recruiting, hiring, and on-boarding military […]
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{Newsroom} How Hire Served Helps Military Spouses Get Remote Jobs

  • Posted by marysastevens
  • On May 12, 2017
How Hire Served Helps Military Spouses Get Remote Jobs (click the above headline to read more) I pitched this article to MilitarySpouse.com on behalf of my client, Hire Served CEO Jean South.  This is an exciting placement because MilitarySpouse.com has a very large following in my client’s target audience, with more than 144,000 likes on […]
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{Newsroom} Hire Served Hired a Military Spouse with MadSkills: Marketing and PR Consultant

  • Posted by marysastevens
  • On May 11, 2017
The original article was featured on hiremadskills.com. Hire Served Hired a Military Spouse with MadSkills: Marketing and PR Consultant Jean South President & CEO, Hire Served Hire Served is a military talent acquisition agency. We cultivate exceptional military talent. We coach our candidates to understand their why, then we connect them with Military-Passionate employers where […]
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Military families: Make your voices heard

  • Posted by marysastevens
  • On May 10, 2017
*I am proud to sponsor with Blue Star Families for this post.   “Life is tough, but so are you” This is a quote that I framed and hung on my wall above my computer screen. I see it every day that I’m working at my desk and it reminds me that I can do […]
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