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What to do with your stuff while traveling

August 7, 2018

By Lee Nelson The thrill of becoming a traveling nurse might come to a complete stop when you think about all the stuff you need to store, get rid of or throw away. The amount of work that is in your future all depends on whether or not you are keeping your permanent home or […]

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Helpful Ideas for First-Time Traveling Nurses

August 3, 2018

By Lee Nelson If you are new to being a travel nurse, it might seem a little overwhelming with so many things to choose, research and take care of before going on your journey. Ellie Kanter works as a traveling nurse at Presbyterian Hospital Downtown, Albuquerque, N.M. “I’ve moved around so much with my parents […]

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Five Tips to Get Better Sleep on Your Travel Nurse Assignment

August 2, 2018

By Lee Nelson A new travel assignment and a new temporary home can bring joy along with some frustrations. For many people, it’s tough getting a good’s night sleep in different surroundings. That can be for a lot of reasons – nerves for a new job, homesickness, bad mattress or “first-night effect” phenomenon. A Brown […]

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What Does Renter’s Insurance Cover When You’re a Travel Nurse?

May 25, 2018

By Lee Nelson New travel nursing assignments can be exciting – new restaurants to try, new adventures to experience and new people to meet. But the apartment you rent is your haven from the stressful job and a soft place to land after all your fun. But what if something happens to your stuff – […]

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Travel Nursing: The Adventurous Job for Couples

April 30, 2018

By Lee Nelson For the past 2 ½ years, Andrew Craig and his wife, Sarah, have been living in different parts of the Midwest and Northeast being travel nurses and enjoying adventures along the way. “We both had heard of travel nursing throughout our career. It has a romantic and almost exotic connotation until you […]

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