Is it Possible to Save a Lot and Still Have Fun With Travel Healthcare?

I recently had someone comment on my blog post about working only half the year as a travel therapist while earning a full time salary. He asked how it could be possible that I could have paid off all my student loans (which is actually not the case..) and be close to only having to work only … Continue reading Is it Possible to Save a Lot and Still Have Fun With Travel Healthcare?

Aruba: A Lesson in Travel Hacking

Today I'm bringing you a guest post by my 19-year-old brother. This is his blogging debut. When I asked him to write a post about the trip to Aruba we took in December 2017 for his graduation present, I was anticipating a play by play of all the fun we had. What I wasn't expecting … Continue reading Aruba: A Lesson in Travel Hacking

Planning Our Trip to Europe, Africa, and Asia: 2018 “Slow Travel”

In Review As I talked about in ⇒  my last post ⇐ 2018 is going to be a crazy year for Whitney and me as we transition into semi-retirement. We plan to work the first half of the year, January-June, and then "slow travel" internationally the second half of the year, July-December. Our one-way ticket to Europe … Continue reading Planning Our Trip to Europe, Africa, and Asia: 2018 “Slow Travel”

Travel PT: Headin’ back down South. But first, Jamai— repairs, then Jamaica!

-By Whitney- Delayed post to update our Travel PT Chronicles... I'm perpetually several months behind on this! I blame staying busy all the time (which doesn't stop Jared from writing, but I digress...) Timeline: September 2016 So when I last updated, we were finishing our contracts in Massachusetts in September 2016 and planning to go … Continue reading Travel PT: Headin’ back down South. But first, Jamai— repairs, then Jamaica!