Interview on the “ChooseFI” Podcast

I was very excited to be featured on the ChooseFI podcast after an interview I had last month with The hosts Brad and Jonathon. I talked about my path to FI including working only 3 years full time, having a 90% savings rate, and some tips on how I have been able to travel the … Continue reading Interview on the “ChooseFI” Podcast

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Blog Income: Current Monthly Average

Financially Successful Blogging Over the past two years of blogging, I've learned a multitude of information associated with writing and marketing successfully. I don't feel like my writing has meaningfully improved after 100 published articles in that time period, but I do think I have a much better idea of what my readers want to … Continue reading Blog Income: Current Monthly Average

Progress to Financial Independence- May 2018

Spring is here in Eastern NC and the weather has been wonderful lately. Whitney and I haven't published many posts this past month, and much of that is due to us having busy weekends (combined with being lazy :D). In the evenings during the week we have been making sure to get all of our … Continue reading Progress to Financial Independence- May 2018

Interview(s) on the “New Medical Nomads” Podcast

In December I had the pleasure of talking with Dr. Dylan Callier on his podcast, "New Medical Nomads." This was broken into three separate parts because the conversation ended up being about three hours long. Part 1 is primarily about student loans and how I've chosen to handle mine. Part 2 is about investing and … Continue reading Interview(s) on the “New Medical Nomads” Podcast

Travel PT: Eastern North Carolina (January-April 2017)

*by Whitney* So it's quite ironic that I'm just getting around to writing about our experience in Eastern North Carolina at the beginning of 2017... because we are actually about to go back there for the end of 2017! In a recent change of events, we've accepted contracts to return to this same location for … Continue reading Travel PT: Eastern North Carolina (January-April 2017)

Guest Post: Simple Ways Travel Therapists Can Save Money on The Road (by the Traveling Traveler)

Today I'm happy to bring to you a guest post from Julia Kuhn at The Traveling Traveler. Below are some great tips on how to save money while working as a traveling professional, many of which Whitney and I employ ourselves!   As a travel therapist, you may receive more financial compensation than your permanent counterparts.  … Continue reading Guest Post: Simple Ways Travel Therapists Can Save Money on The Road (by the Traveling Traveler)

Top 5 Pros and Cons of Travel Therapy

-By Whitney- If you’re a physical therapist or other healthcare professional, you may be considering the option of pursuing a traveling career instead of a permanent job. If you’re like we were, you may be trying to weigh out the options and decide what the best fit is for you. Here is our list of … Continue reading Top 5 Pros and Cons of Travel Therapy