Simplifying day-to-day, preparedness and organization for every family with resources that provide the process, clarity and confidence you need to navigate and manage all that comes with the post.

THE FIRST OF THEIR KIND

The simplicity of checklists meets Defence life.

I am creating the first ever checklist system to support Defence families across the full life cycle of military life.

These printable files, checklists, organizing resources and systems will help Defence Partners, members and kids to successfully navigate and manage processes and all that comes with the post confidently and with peace of mind.

What Our Community Is Saying.

TRACEY.

This is SO needed!

Rating: 5 out of 5.
KATE.

I’d never talked to my family or friends about getting a message to my partner if I was incapacitated until Julia asked me. The DFICE is a game changer!

Rating: 5 out of 5.
BECK.

YAY, YAY and YAY!!! A Defence Partner coming up with practical ways to make our lives easier and in the long run less stressful YAY!!!

Rating: 5 out of 5.
ANITA.

I’ve created a folder called THO in my emails so I never lose track of an update. Thank you!

Rating: 5 out of 5.
EMMA.

Julia’s resources are second-to-none. Her story is so relatable and relevant. The Defence Family In Case of Emergency Workbook is easy to use, straightforward and customisable. Defence families need this, and I’m grateful The Home Post made it easy for us all to plan in case.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

LATEST BLOGS

Pre-Pack Prep

Check the entire house before the packers arrive, to make sure there is nothing there they shouldn’t pack. Murphy’s Law says even if you’ve designated and clearly marked it “DO NOT MOVE” or they shouldn’t move it because #commonsense, they’ll pack it. That loaf of bread you left on the counter to make lunches with,…

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Posting Know How: Removing The Overwhelm

It’s posting season, which is one of the most stressful and dreaded seasons for Defence families. First round posting orders typically come out from July with second round in September, with moves typically occurring between December and early February. The duration of posting season is as long as many deployments and neither are a picnic.…

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