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Why Travel Nursing? Taking the Leap from Staff Nurse to Travel Nurse

As I write this I’m currently sitting in the basement of a restaurant (in the wine cellar) in Bucharest; sipping cold Merlot, listening to live music, and pondering the meaning of life. Just kidding. While…

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How to Become a Travel Nurse – Why I’ve Decided to Offer 1:1 Mentoring For Nurses Who Wish to Become Travel Nurses

Wondering how to become a travel nurse?  I’ve been a travel RN for over three years now.  Its been three years of learning the ins and outs of the system.  Having really awful recruiters and…

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Sonoma Wine Tasting – Which Vineyards to Visit if You Only Have One Day

Crossing the famous Golden Gate Bridge, it was merely minutes later until I was in wine country.  Lush, rolling green hills, and vineyards stretched out before me as far as the eye could see.  Blue…

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14 Questions to Ask if You Want to Be a New Grad NICU Nurse

Graduating from nursing school and passing the NCLEX are some of the biggest accomplishments as a new grad RN.  Unfortunately the stress of finding a job can sometimes cloud the excitement of having the title…

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Shining a Spotlight On Nurse Burnout ft Alyce (WanderinScrubs)

This month I’m featuring Alyce from the Carolina’s!  She’s a Neuro ICU nurse who has defined “nurse burnout” exactly how I would.  She’s currently taking some time for herself, but her tips on tackling burnout…

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How to Make the Most of One Day in Granada

Located in Southern Spain, in the Andalusia region, Granada is a lively city with both Christian and Muslim influence.  This eclectic city is found at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, sees nearly 2.5M…

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5 Day Trips from Riga Worth Taking

Latvia, as a whole, surprised me.  Part of the Baltic countries (made up of Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia), in Latvia I did something a bit different than I normally do.  While often times in my…

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3 Reasons to Actually TRAVEL if you’re a Travel Nurse

Believe it or not, nurses become “travel nurses” for many different reasons.  And traveling isn’t always one of those reasons.  In fact, you may have read this title of this post and thought… “Hmm… that’s…

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