Do you want to learn how to turn your passion or side hustle into a viable and portable career? Are you a current or up-and-coming milspouse entrepreneur or creative?

We milspouses are often placed in the role of “homefront heroes,” and have to create our own professional opportunities. Make 2019 your year to take your business to the next level!

makeHER Retreat: Designed for Entrepreneurial Milspouses

You are cordially invited to attend makeHER, the official four-day working and wellness retreat for today’s milspouse entrepreneur. This year’s all-inclusive event will be held Oct. 3-6, 2019 at the luxurious Kiawah Island Golf Resort in historic Charleston, SC.

Unique in nature, the all-inclusive* makeHER ticket will pack a punch by including:

  • Accommodations in a private one-bedroom villa
  • A Welcome Party and Bon Voyage Breakfast
  • All meals and snacks
  • Three days of learning and creative sessions, keynotes, and roundtable discussions
  • Intimate access to all speakers
  • Content and classroom materials
  • Swag and surprises from event sponsors
  • The Milspouse Business Kit, a $499 value with 10+ training modules for marketing strategies and systems.

*Payment plans are available, travel not included.

Phenomenal Concept! Tell Me More!

The makeHER retreat is the brainchild of three successful milspouse serial entrepreneurs, Krystel Spell, Kesha Cole, and Kia Young. The creators have over 20 years of combined military spouse experience, and have established empires as a Lifestyle Blogger, a Boutique Owner, and a Social Media Marketing Expert. The three powerhouses curated this experience for milspouses to benefit from an intimate retreat focused on tangible business strategies that can be immediately implemented.

As they explain, “We searched and couldn’t find that experience. So in true milspouse spirit, we created it.”

Krystel explains, “The makeHER Retreat is a boots-on-the-ground experience, not only for those who have made it, but for those up-and-coming milspouses who may be freelancers, bloggers, social media and SEO experts, or who have shops on Etsy and Shopify, and are building their own WordPress sites, for example. We will give you the tools, insight, and answers to the burning questions you have about starting and succeeding in business as a milspouse entrepreneur. We want you to put your business and yourself first.”

Open to Only 30 Attendees: Reserve Today

The makeHER Retreat offers an incredible value that includes accommodations, meals, and all events. The makeHER Retreat will promote lifestyle balance through a combination of savvy business solutions with the opportunity for spa treatments, bike rides, yoga on the beach, and more. Attendees will enjoy a powerful, yet relaxing environment, and will be surrounded by like-minded milspouse entrepreneurs to include speakers, influencers, and CEOs, who are committed to telling attendees how they found success, and providing their exact blueprint.


The intimate makeHER retreat sets itself apart by providing the business takeaways expected from a conference, with none of the overwhelm. The four-day, three-night experience will include the beauty of Kiawah Island, and will feature money-making tools, mentoring from top-notch CEOs, actionable education, a business spotlight, rejuvenating self-care, meals, and more (excluding travel).

Reservations are now open, and payment plans are available. The event is limited to 30 guests. For more, please visit:




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A self-described “Jackie of All Trades,” former Army wife Jackie Toops enjoys exploring the various facets of her personality by chronicling military life, world travels, family, her love of the arts and more. Her academic background is in the fields of Interdisciplinary Humanities, Museum Studies and Nonprofit Management, and she has overseen public relations for museums, galleries and universities. Jackie’s articles have been featured on Army Wife 101, Wall Street International Magazine, SoFluential, HomeAway, Military Biz Connection and FamiliesGo. While stationed in Germany, she regularly discussed her articles on-air with the Armed Forces Network in Wiesbaden. A mother of two, Jackie enjoys coffee, freelance writing, languages and discovering new ways to express herself. Follow her on Facebook and Twitter.

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