The nature versus nurture debate is one of the oldest theoretical conflicts in psychology, centering on the relative contributions of genetic inheritance versus environmental and outer factors on a human being. When it comes to traveling as a therapist, nature will prevail.
Here is quick personality self-check.
Would you describe yourself with any of the following adjectives?
☐ Easy to adjust
Yup! You guessed it.. If you answered yes to the bulk of those traits than you have it in you for the travel lifestyle.
What are the Benefits of the Travel Lifestyle?
Exploring New Places
US of A is vast with many corners you have never touched or gotten your eyes on. Much as we call ourselves Americans, the culture, weather, and way of life differs from state to state. Many places boast uniqueness. There are the rays of sun setting in the fiery colors at Hopi Point, Arizona, and rainbow trout biting at Lake Champlain, Vermont. There is the hometown of the country’s music in Nashville, Tennessee, and Florida always invites you to Miami Beach, by the way.
How it works? You do what you love + have fun, but somehow the equation equals to a winning compensation and stipend. What can be better than that?
Commitment for Only Thirteen Weeks
The good news is that when sighing a travel contract, you are typically committing to thirteen weeks of life. You can always to decide to stay there if you love it. And you can always move on to something new if you feel like it.
Life Never Gets Boring
Long winter days can get pretty mono once the leaves change colors and fall into routine. Traveling allows us to take a pick every few months to a desired destination we want to check out. Oh, and we can certainly choose the weather we love instead of adjusting and bundling up to the forecast at home.
Is Traveling You?
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