I know many of you will find this post boring - but when I was moving and packing, I looked EVERYWHERE for lists of what people had brought, and not brought, on their first move. I didn't find much, but I'm hoping this list will be helpful to first time travelers!
We will definitely be dumping tons of this stuff before contract #2, and I'll do an update when we do!
This was probably the most difficult move to make . . .and it was our first. We had to downsize from a 2 bedroom apartment in Phoenix to basically what could fit in the back of M's Subaru Outback and my Ford Fiesta.
We didn't have that much stuff to begin with. Since College, I've lived in 4 different cities (before we made a semi permanent move to Phoenix for M's post-grad) and once we were in Phoenix, we moved 4 times. That frequency of movement helped us keep our possessions light and not invest too much into big furniture that would be expensive or difficult to move.
Posted this lovely shot of LHC this morning on Insta-G and was trying to find some hashtags to link it to other Traveling PT photos or travelers. I'm still a rookie learning which are the tags to use for social media, so I thought I'd share the best ones that I found and plan on using just incase anyone else needs them!
I also plan to use #PTTraveling for a little nod to this blog!
Have you found any other good ones to track travel therapist stories out there? Let us know in the comments!
When interviewing for and negotiating my first contract I did some things well, and others not so much. It's important to note that how you negotiate your contract will change depending on what setting you are in. For my first placement, I was in Home Health and there are key aspects I missed my first time around.
Main takeaway: Contract. Contract. Contract.
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