After living, working and schooling for over 4 years in Arizona, we were really sad to leave. The hardest part was leaving our amazing friends and coworkers behind. Though we had the 3 month transition form leaving Phoenix while living in Havasu, we were still only 2.5 hours away and were still in Phoenix almost every weekend whether for work or fun.
The majority of this blog will be Travel PT related, but recently we've gotten some great shots with the new camera that I just have to share! Enjoy!
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.
In my first post I touched on why we're starting the blog. Aside from keeping our parents informed, our goal is to document this crazy process and hopefully be a resource for other out there who want to lead this same lifestyle, even if it's just for a couple rotations.
When we started out, M hit the ground running: speaking to recruiters, studying for Boards and basically getting all the important stuff out of the way. Very practical. I immediately hit the ground googling: Travel PT blogs, Travel PT salary, Travel PT support, Travel PT how-to. . . and I didn't find much. More on that later in another blog.
Nice to meet you!
My name’s Corinn, I’m a twenty something starting out on a sweet journey of traveling around the country with my boyfriend. Pretty basic reason to start a blog, I know. But we’ve got a couple things that will make this blog interesting (we hope!) for a very specific audience out there.
M is a traveling Physical Therapist. A new traveling Physical Therapist. Meaning such a recent grad, that he is only just getting the hang of selecting “Dr.” a prefix when he places Amazon.com orders. This means that he changes work settings approximately every 13 weeks, and moves to where he is needed the most.
ABOUT THE AuthorS
A Travel Therapist and Remote Worker documenting their professional travels and pictures for family, friends and other wanderers.