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Travel nursing with a mixed generation family

Travel nursing with a mixed generation family

Travel nursing with a mixed generation family (a grandparent coming along) may actually be one of the easier scenarios when it comes to travel nursing with a family. As long as you or spouse are able to live under the same roof as your in-law the benefits of this situation far outweigh most negatives. When it comes […]

By April 28, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Tips for travel nursing with school-aged children

Tips for travel nursing with school-aged children

In this edition of our series on travel nursing with your family we are looking at the options you have when you are thinking about travel nursing with your school aged children. The good news is that this is actually one of the easier scenarios of travel nursing with a family. The main thing you need […]

By January 24, 2011 2 Comments Read More →
Winter Driving and Survival Kits for Travel Nurses on the Move

Winter Driving and Survival Kits for Travel Nurses on the Move

After reading this post, I felt it necessary to provide some useful tips on what exactly you can do to prepare yourself and your car for this or similar situations. Hopefully none of us will ever have to resort to these tactics and practices, but you just never know.

By January 3, 2011 0 Comments Read More →
Travel Nursing with young children. It is possible.

Travel Nursing with young children. It is possible.

Here you will find advice and resources for travel nurses who are thinking about trying a travel nursing assignment with young children.

By December 23, 2010 0 Comments Read More →
Video Games, Acne, Jersey Shore and Travel Nursing – Traveling with teenagers

Video Games, Acne, Jersey Shore and Travel Nursing – Traveling with teenagers

Before we get into the more specifics of being a travel nurse with a teenager be sure to read these two more specific articles about Travel Nursing with your spouse or significant other and Travel nursing with your family: Two parents and children. Obviously the decision to begin travel nursing with your family is something every […]

By November 12, 2010 0 Comments Read More →
Travel nursing with your family: Two parents and children

Travel nursing with your family: Two parents and children

In later posts we will look more closely at the challenges and benefits that travel nursing with children at different ages can present, but right now we will look at the general idea of being a a travel nursing family (where two parents travel with one or more children). First off, don’t worry about whether you will be […]

By October 29, 2010 0 Comments Read More →
Travel Nursing with your spouse or significant other

Travel Nursing with your spouse or significant other

Travel nursing with your spouse or significant other is probably the easiest of all the traveling with a family scenarios. You don’t have to worry about taking care of, educating or keeping kids out of trouble. The biggest challenges that I have seen out there is how to deal with your spouse or significant other’s […]

By October 15, 2010 2 Comments Read More →
How to make travel nursing a family affair

How to make travel nursing a family affair

Take a look at most advertising that most travel nursing companies use and you could easily get the impression that taking your family with you is not possible. In reality,  although traveling with your spouse or children can be tough, it can be done. All the advice we’ve seen on this topic stays pretty broad and doesn’t […]

By October 8, 2010 0 Comments Read More →
Guest Author: Kitty Holman – Maintaining Relationships While Being a Travel Nurse

Guest Author: Kitty Holman – Maintaining Relationships While Being a Travel Nurse

Keeping your personal relationships strong while you’re far away on a nursing assignment doesn’t just happen. It will actually take some real effort on your part. However, just because your friends and/or significant other are out of sight, it doesn’t mean they have to be out of mind. Preserving these relationships at a distance first […]