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48 Hours in Singapore

Singapore is a city unlike any other.  And while Crazy Rich Asians captures the beauty of Singapore… it doesn’t quite capture the essence.  In a city that is young, having only becoming independent in 1965,…

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What it’s Really Like to Be a Nurse – An Open Letter to Anyone Who Thinks it’s OK to Poke Fun at Our Profession

With my profession, nursing, being in the news a lot recently, I’ve started to reflect on the past 4.5 years.  Four and a half years of learning, teaching, growing.  Four and a half years of…

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The Best Finds in Northwest Phuket, Thailand

The warmth of the sun on my skin, crystal clear waters for as far as the eye can see.  Soft, white sand underneath my toes and a gentle breeze ruffling my hair.  Visiting Phuket, Thailand…

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A Visit to the Cape – One Day in Provincetown

Provincetown; a small coastal town located at the tip of Cape Cod.  A place that feels like the edge of the world.  Where you can walk out to isolated and desolate land masses, the Atlantic…

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The Eight Day Vacay – Budapest + Vienna + Prague

Budapest, Vienna, and Prague.  Perhaps the trifecta of central European capital cities.  With Budapest you get a fun and vibrant city, rich with history and architecture, for a small cost.  Moving 2.5 hours northwest brings…

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Behind Closed Doors – What I Wish You Knew About the NICU

To most, the NICU (neonatal intensive care unit) is a scary and secret land.  Full of beeping machines, itty-bitty babies, and death.  It’s a far off land to those not familiar.  If you’ve never been or haven’t ever…

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Travel Nursing… What’s That?

Travel nursing. When people ask me what I do and I say, “I’m a travel nurse!”  I essentially just get a bunch of blank stares.  Travel nursing?  Huh?  Are you like… a REAL nurse?  Are you…

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Europe’s Three Best Capital Cities

2018 was a whirlwind of adventure. It arrived slowly, but surely, and disappeared faster than a tornado.  I lived in four different states, but more importantly, I started off the year with a big dream. My…

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