Havasupai

Havasupai was one of those places I saw years ago on Instagram and said to myself, I will get there one day. This was back before I knew what amazing places travel nursing would take me and it was more of a pipedream. Had I ever backpacked before, no. This was my first time! Which... Continue Reading →

Mahalo Kauai

What a way to enter my 25th year, but to immerse myself in some of the world's most beautiful scenery. Kauai is known as "The Garden Island" for all of its lush greenery. If you've ever seen any of the Jurassic Park movies, well portions were filmed using Kauai! If you have to pick an island to... Continue Reading →

1 in 110

What does being 1 in 110 mean? It means I am part of the statistic of the number of babies born with a congenital heart defect (CHD). February is CHD awareness month. There is so much attention put onto things like cancer, and not to downplay it in any regards, but we should also raise... Continue Reading →

Camper Van Roadtrip

  What better way to kick off Thanksgiving weekend than a roadtrip with one of your new best travel nurse friends in a rad Camper Van? I don't think much could've topped this trip. Tori and I were roomies for a month and this trip was such a success, and a great escape from reality... Continue Reading →

Pacific Coast HWY Roadtrip

Yes This was a trip of a lifetime, with months of planning I don't think it could have turned out any better. Many of you asked for our itinerary so here I am to share it with you! We started out in San Diego where I live currently and headed North. It was twelve days... Continue Reading →

Temecula

to celebrate one month in San Diego & one month of friendship as travel nurses a few girls and I headed on up to Temecula! Temecula is wine country down here in Southern California and I highly recommend taking a trip some time! *Most tasting were anywhere from $15-20* We stayed at South Coast Winery... Continue Reading →

First week

  Just wanted to give a little insight into what the first week in the life of a travel nurse is like! *** every place is different but here's just a look into what my first week consisted of! Monday (4 hours) -show up around 8am to get checked in. -met with the NICU educator... Continue Reading →

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