Medicine Bow National Forest Week 1, Laramie Wyoming: Just east of Laramie, right off the interstate, is this wonderful landscape known as Medicine Bow. It is a national forest that offers nice roads, trails, and unique rock formations. This area is popular with mountain bikers, rock climbers, and general outdoor enthusiasts. With that said, …
Asking the right questions can be very beneficial to any travel nursing assignment and even get you the job in many cases. So prepare yourself with this knowledge and take charge of your career.
A description with photos of our travel lodging during our stay in Laramie, WY. There is not much to be had in a small town with a large college. It seems a bit flimsy and uses radiant wall heat. No AC…
The pros and cons of travel nursing contract extensions. Should you stay or should you go. The decision is yours, and do not let anyone bully you into doing anything you do not want to do.
As iPhones and other smartphones are becoming more integrated into our daily lives, many people are using them in the professional sphere. Here are ten apps
A coworker recently asked me, “What is the most difficult aspect of traveling?” That question got me motivated to really think about a few nuances that new travelers may find annoying. Ranked at the top of my list: Paperwork When
Written by Jeff Long at travelnursingblogs.com Learning how travel nursing works. This is a big question so let’s try to keep it simple. 1. Travel
This article give a general first impression of Laramie, WY from the perspective of a travel nurse. Of course, it is winter and at high elevation, so we will see.
Travel nursing provides a unique set of circumstances in comparison to the average traveler. My current battle revolves around organizing and streamlining the process of packing and traveling from one assignment to the next. I have found that you cannot