Summer, for me at least, has always conjured up travel. Warm days, blue skies, open roads, no school, and fewer work, client and family obligations. That is not to say that other seasons don’t lend themselves to travel, or that you can’t work AND travel. In fact, more and more healthcare professionals are discovering the delights and benefits of combining both. Some are even taking their “homes” with them in the form of RVs, campers and the latest craze…tiny houses. Want to know what it’s really like to live in small spaces, with or without children, pets and significant others? The following 3 blogs are written by colleagues bitten by the travel bug living in alternative housing options:
- Fifth Wheel PT: Whitney Eakin, along with fellow PT husband Jared, blog about starting a travel career right after graduation and the 10,000+ funky-colored trailer they now call home.
- Tiny House 4 3: Travel nurse, Meg, talks downsizing, traveling with a child, and balancing the bank account while trying to see all of North America.
- OT Adventurer: After a hiatus, Jillian Kirschke, “re-caught the travel OT bug” and is building her own tiny house to get back on the road ASAP.
Want to know more about living and traveling in a tiny house? Check out Tumbleweed Houses website or attend the Tiny House Jamboree in Colorado this August. Want to know more about RVing? Check out Rover Pass’ list of RV lifestyle blogs. Want to know more about being a travel health care professional? Check out our new, user friendly travel assignments board or call us at 800 535 0076.