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How to focus on self improvement while on the road

How to focus on self improvement while on the road

Scout out a place to exercise, whether that be a bus stop, park or sturdy tree.

Travel therapists move around the country with much more regularity than other workers – that means they often don’t have the time to sign up for gym memberships or purchase equipment to exercise with at home. Similarly, those who travel frequently can’t lug around a library to help keep their mind sharp. Self improvement is often a struggle for anyone who spends a lot of time at work, but these circumstances can make it even more difficult. Keep reading to learn how you can focus on self-improvement while on the road:

Staying fit on the road

Whether you’re flying from one destination to the next or you load up your RV to travel to your next travel assignment, exercising regularly can be hard to fit into your schedule.

How to focus on self improvement while on the road

Travel Therapy Advice

Scout out a place to exercise, whether that be a bus stop, park or sturdy tree. Travel therapists move around the country with much more regularity than other workers – that means they often don’t have the time to sign up for gym memberships or purchase equipment to exercise with at home. Similarly, those who travel frequently can’t lug around a library to help keep their mind sharp. Self improvement is often a struggle for anyone who spends a lot of time at work, but these circumstances can make it even more difficult. Keep reading to learn how you can focus on self-improvement while on the road: Staying fit on the road Whether you’re flying from one destination to the next or you load up your RV to travel to your next travel assignment, exercising regularly can be hard to fit into your schedule.

Answers to your top questions about travel therapy

Answers to your top questions about travel therapy

Travel therapy is one of the most exciting career paths for professionals in the allied health care industry. It combines personal goals such as seeing more of the country with professional goals like making a difference in the lives of patients. If you’re thinking about becoming a travel therapist or just want to learn more, keep reading:

What is travel therapy?

In simplest terms, travel therapy is a career option for therapy professionals that agree to take contract jobs in cities across the U.S. (and even internationally) for short and long-term periods of time.

Answers to your top questions about travel therapy

Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Travel Therapy Advice, Speech Language Pathology

Travel therapy is one of the most exciting career paths for professionals in the allied health care industry. It combines personal goals such as seeing more of the country with professional goals like making a difference in the lives of patients. If you’re thinking about becoming a travel therapist or just want to learn more, keep reading: What is travel therapy? In simplest terms, travel therapy is a career option for therapy professionals that agree to take contract jobs in cities across the U.S. (and even internationally) for short and long-term periods of time.

Travel therapists: How to spend your free time in NYC

Travel therapists: How to spend your free time in NYC

The Fragrance Garden in particular is great for those who need a little natural aromatherapy in NYC.

Seasoned travel therapists know that one great perk of the job is the ability to see and explore some of the best cities in the U.S. New York City is one of those destinations that lives up to the hype – towering skyscrapers, an amazing arts and culture scene and some rather interesting people make it a fun place to work. After you finish working with your patients for the day, here’s some of our favoirte activities in the Big Apple:

See a Broadway show (obviously)

NYC is home to the best live theater in the U.S., so you shouldn’t miss this opportunity to take in a show. Grab a buddy, dress up and hit the town! Going to Broadway also means passing through Times Square, so you’ll get to do some pre-show people watching as you taxi to

Travel therapists: How to spend your free time in NYC

Travel Therapy Advice

The Fragrance Garden in particular is great for those who need a little natural aromatherapy in NYC. Seasoned travel therapists know that one great perk of the job is the ability to see and explore some of the best cities in the U.S. New York City is one of those destinations that lives up to the hype – towering skyscrapers, an amazing arts and culture scene and some rather interesting people make it a fun place to work. After you finish working with your patients for the day, here’s some of our favoirte activities in the Big Apple: See a Broadway show (obviously) NYC is home to the best live theater in the U.S., so you shouldn’t miss this opportunity to take in a show. Grab a buddy, dress up and hit the town! Going to Broadway also means passing through Times Square, so you’ll get to do some pre-show people watching as you taxi to

Travel therapists: Learn to dive in your free time

Travel therapists: How to dive in your free time

Travel therapists: How to dive in your free time

So, you’ve settled into your new contract as a travel therapist. You’ve secured a place to stay, you’re getting into the rhythm of your new facility and you’re making great progress with your patients. Now it’s time to decide how you want to spend your free time. One of the best perks of being a travel therapist is getting opportunities to do things you couldn’t back at home. If you’ve taken a contract near the ocean or other large body of water, why not learn how to scuba dive? It’s fun, it’s a great form of exercise and it will make memories that will last a lifetime. Grab some of your new acquaintances and hit the water! It’s time to explore a whole new world.

Get certified where you are

The first step on your underwater adventure is to get certified.

Travel therapists: Learn to dive in your free time

Travel Therapy Advice

Travel therapists: How to dive in your free time So, you’ve settled into your new contract as a travel therapist. You’ve secured a place to stay, you’re getting into the rhythm of your new facility and you’re making great progress with your patients. Now it’s time to decide how you want to spend your free time. One of the best perks of being a travel therapist is getting opportunities to do things you couldn’t back at home. If you’ve taken a contract near the ocean or other large body of water, why not learn how to scuba dive? It’s fun, it’s a great form of exercise and it will make memories that will last a lifetime. Grab some of your new acquaintances and hit the water! It’s time to explore a whole new world. Get certified where you are The first step on your underwater adventure is to get certified.

Work in these 3 states and you’ll keep more in your pocket – #TravelTherapy

Work in these states and keep more in your pocket

Work in the right states & earn a higher take-home pay.

Working around the country as a traveling therapist means your “take-home pay” will be affected by the tax rates in each state. Some states, like New York have very high income taxes, while other states, such as Texas, don’t have any income tax at all. Yet on top of income tax, you’ll also have to consider sales tax, housing costs and other expenses.

Without further ado, let’s take a look at some states that you might want to consider working in as a travel therapist that will allow you to keep more in your pocket.

Work in these 3 states and you’ll keep more in your pocket – #TravelTherapy

Best Places to Travel, Travel Therapy Advice

Work in the right states & earn a higher take-home pay. Working around the country as a traveling therapist means your “take-home pay” will be affected by the tax rates in each state. Some states, like New York have very high income taxes, while other states, such as Texas, don’t have any income tax at all. Yet on top of income tax, you’ll also have to consider sales tax, housing costs and other expenses. Without further ado, let’s take a look at some states that you might want to consider working in as a travel therapist that will allow you to keep more in your pocket.