8 Items to Pack for a Fully Furnished Rental

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Throughout your travel nursing career, you may find that it is easier to rent fully furnished housing than your own apartment; especially if you are constantly traveling. Whether you are renting a room or a full home, you won’t have to worry about bringing items such as linens, cooking utensils and gadgets, or electronics like…

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6 Reasons to Become a Travel Nurse

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No matter if you have been a nurse for a couple years or more than twenty, if able to, you should give travel nursing a try! Travel nursing opens you up to so many opportunities and experiences. Not only do you have the option to travel to cities you’ve never been to, but you will…

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Travel Tips for Long Car Rides

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You have landed your next (or first) travel nursing assignment! When it comes to travel arrangements, you may decide to fly or drive to your new city. While flying may get you there faster, it can be more expensive than driving and may not allow you to bring everything you want to take with you.…

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5 Destressful Tips on Self Care

Working as a traveling clinician can be stressful. It’s important to find ways to destress, especially now when stress levels are running high. We asked some of our experienced travel clinicians for some tips on how to destress when on the road. 1. It’s important to take some time for yourself. Whether it’s treating yourself…

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Mother’s Day Meditation: Video

  Today we’re celebrating all of the AMAZING super-mama’s out there! You show up unconditionally, often sacrificing time you would take for yourself by caring for others. We’re offering a special gift for you today! Grab a mat and water and check out this free meditation class with Asha. We know you’ll love her as…

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How to Stay Organized in Travel Nursing

Here are three organizational systems that can make all the difference when traveling from assignment to assignment. Marie Kondo your life. Whether you’re a travel nurse who’s in a different city every 13 weeks or someone who just travels occasionally to hospitals around your home, getting rid of things you don’t need can help you…

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How to Make Your Travel Nurse Housing Cozy This Winter

Winter. It’s cold, dark, and gray, and for most of us, it’s our least favorite season. When you add in the functional (and let’s face it — somewhat impersonal!) nature of assignment housing, it can feel hard to balance the winter blues with warmth, light, and a homey atmosphere. It may be the darkest season…

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