Hello! I'm a labor & delivery travel nurse.
I've doubled my income, traveled the world and I choose to work whenever and wherever I want.
But life wasn't always this good. About 3 years ago I was burnt-out, unhappy and ready to quit when my boss denied my vacation for the millionth time. So I did something a little crazy.
I took a 30 minute lunch break. Googled a travel nursing company. Called a random recruiter. Applied for an L&D position. Then interviewed and accepted the job all while heating up my Ramon Noodles. I put my 2 week notice in, slapped my boss (just kidding, I'm not that crazy) and never looked back.
I didn't do any research or even attempt to prepare myself before jumping in head first. I figured, what's the worst thing that I could happen? I'm smart, a quick learner, flexible and I love to travel. Well, shortly after starting my first contract I realized...
I was the lowest paid traveler on the unit.
But guess what?
I learned the hard way so you don't have to.
Starting out doesn't have to be overwhelming or scary. It's so easy once you know the right steps. I want you to transition into travel nursing without making the mistakes I did. Even after a few bumps in the road, becoming a travel nurse was the best decision I ever made. Now, with years of experience ( and a lot of trial and error) I can honestly say:
I've mastered the art of travel nursing.
And you can too.
I only worked 9 months last year and still made more money than I ever had as a staff nurse. I've traveled the world with friends and lived in other countries on my own. I've spent every holiday with my family. I'm no longer financially stressed. And I can't remember the last time I worked overtime. As a matter of fact, I've paid off my debts and am able to invest in myself and my future. If you're reading this and this sounds like the life you want to live, what's holding you back?
More about me
formal education & Experience
Bachelors of Science in Nursing May 2012
Master's of Science in Nursing in May 2016
Registered nurse, clinical leader and educator over the last 6 years
Worked 5000+ hours as travel nurse over the last 3 years
Instructed "Introduction to Nursing" course at The University of Texas at Arlington
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And most importantly...
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With my expertise you could be...
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