Tides of Change


Like the ebb and flow of the ocean’s tides, life follows a similar pattern. It is constantly moving, up and down, sometimes never expecting when it happens, oftentimes creating a rhythmic cycle of its own. One thing for sure, change is constant.

In the next couple of weeks, I will be busy planning and rearranging our lives to accommodate another big change. THIS traveling nurse has now officially accepted another travel nurse assignment, this time, with her hubby in tow!

That makes for two traveling nurses!Β 

Double the trouble, double the income, double the fun. Who knows?

OCD planning mode once again turned on in full blast. The house is littered with papers and documents everywhere, things to do, questions to ask, what to bring. The list is long and I have so much to do.

I hope this will be good for us.

Stay tuned for more travel nurse stories…

23 thoughts on “Tides of Change

    1. I am excited and apprehensive at the same time. The first time I did travel nursing it was just me but I’m okay by myself, whatever happens I can deal with it. Now the hubby comes along and it is his first time, so I am much more pressured to plan for two people who have completely opposite personalities! My flip flops are staying in America. Canada is too cold. πŸ˜› Our contract brings us to Asheville, North Carolina, one of our favorite cities ever!

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      1. How great πŸ™‚ traveling and working together is a challenge, but hey, all the great memories you are gonna have! you’ll be able to really share so much! your energy is so communicative, I really feel like moving again… The travel bug is back πŸ™‚
        Best of best of luck !!!

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  1. So excited to hear more about this, Belle! I only know about Asheville because UNC-Asheville was one of the schools participating in the distance mentorship I participated in last semester. I’m excited to learn about this city through your adventures!

    Best of luck as you get everything figured out. πŸ™‚

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    1. Why thank you so much Adele!!! You are so sweet for thinking of my blog. I am working tonight so I won’t be able to come up with a post right now. You know how excited I am when it comes to awards. hehe. I don’t know why people aren’t. πŸ˜› Stay tuned for my response within the week. Thanks, again. I am honored.

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      1. Aw I’m so glad, I always feel very grateful for any awards that I receive too. I really love your blog from your personal stories and anecdotes to your creativity, so it’s well deserved! I look forward to reading your responses, in your own time πŸ™‚

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    1. It is stressful with all this planning. But I know that once we are there, we are going to love it! I just wish I can skip the planning part, because as you know, I am the one doing most everything. He hates the paperwork! πŸ˜‰ So, there, I guess that in itself is going to make our marriage stronger. hehe. Thank you so much!

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