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How to Make New Friends on a Travel Assignment

Having a great friend during your assignment is so important as a traveling Registered Nurse and Surgical Technician. Your question may be: “how do I make great friends while being away from the people I am closest to?” Here are four easy tips on how to make friends while on a travel assignment.

Travel assignments: The good, the bad, and the ugly

When I’m talking to candidates about beginning a career as a traveling healthcare professional, they want to hear about not only the good aspects and what they can look forward to, but the negative as well. And who can blame them?

How to make the most out of each assignment

As a traveler you have to be ready to go with the flow and make the most out of every assignment, because both you and I know that not every assignment is going to be the piece of cake we hope for. If it were, why would they need you?

Mentorship in a travel position

If you ask PT and OT students what their number one priority is when it comes to their first position, a majority of newly-graduated therapists will say the same thing: mentorship.

Top mobile apps for mobile people

Away from home, away from your printer, away from friends…here are some great mobile apps that can help simplify your travel life.

How to make your first day your best day!

The first day and first week on your new assignment can be nerve racking. There are so many emotions; you are excited for the new opportunity but may be a bit worried. You may not know anyone, may not be familiar with the area, or are even new to being a traveler. There are steps

Honoring our nation’s heroes

A week ago Monday many Americans observed the Memorial Day holiday. For some, this meant the unofficial kickoff for summer that involved BBQs, swimming pool openings, and camping trips. For others, it meant honoring men and women who died while serving the United States military. Now, too often, many people "celebrate" Memorial Day without acknowledging

Let’s paws for reflection

A little over two years ago, a bouncing baby boy rushed into my life and stole my heart. He was always the little one I pictured I would have one day. Of course, there were many sleepless nights while he cried himself back to sleep, “potty” training days, and times where I chased him down