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Emily Larabell
The "Social Media Queen"

Best Luggage for Travel Nurses

Posted March 1, 2021
As a travel nurse being on-the-go is part of the adventure! Packing up your whole life and moving to a new city or state is just another page in your [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

How To Stay Healthy As a Travel Nurse

Posted February 22, 2021
As a travel nurse, it’s essential for you to stay healthy and be on top of your game! Although your job is to care for others, you still need to [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

Tax Free Pay and The Distance Rule

Posted February 16, 2021
There are many falsehoods when it comes to tax-free money and the “distance rule”. Many believe that you must live 50 miles away from your tax home to qualify for [...] Read More
Emily Larabell
The "Social Media Queen"

Breaking a Nursing Employment Contract – What’s the Big Deal!?

Posted February 4, 2021
What’s the big fuss if you back out of a contract last minute? You’ll soon understand how detrimental canceling a nursing contract can be for everyone involved. If you ever [...] Read More
Emily Larabell
The "Social Media Queen"

Ready to Resign from Your Job?

Posted February 1, 2021
The question of whether to resign or not from your job is a tough decision to make. There is so much to consider. You have to look at all the [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

Top 5 Best Shoes for Nurses

Posted January 21, 2021
It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out that nurses are on their feet…A LOT! Nurses put on many miles in one day, so finding the perfect shoe to [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

Travel Nursing: How Does It Work?

Posted January 18, 2021
Travel nursing is an exhilarating career path. Imagine being able to choose anywhere in the country to work for 13 weeks at a time. Amazing, right?! As you can imagine, [...] Read More
Emily Larabell
The "Social Media Queen"

Challenges in Nursing: How to Overcome Them

Posted January 11, 2021
Nursing is a difficult profession and isn’t for everyone. Some major challenges that present themselves include nurse shortage, exposure to illness, workplace violence, and much more. Let’s have an open [...] Read More
Emily Larabell
The "Social Media Queen"

4 Skills Every Nurse Should Have

Posted January 4, 2021
These four skills are more than just skills your middle school math and english teacher preached about developing throughout your adolescence. These are skills that could be the difference between [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

7 Ways Nurses Can Take Care of Their Mental Health

Posted December 28, 2020
The importance of your mental health can often be overlooked. It doesn’t necessarily scream out to us like an aching knee or bad back. However, keeping your mind healthy is [...] Read More

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