So you’ve arrived in your new city, and you’re ready to make new friends and explore new places. One of the best ways to get started on both fronts is to talk to the local nurses about their city. You’ll discover new and interesting perspectives about the city and it’s a great way to break…

So you’re considering (or have already committed to) an assignment in Tampa, Florida. It’s a great city with a lot to offer, so we thought we’d highlight some of the experiences available there. If you’re looking to make the most of your time in Tampa, we’ve compiled a list of fun ways to experience the…

As a travel nurse, you’ll probably be spending a lot of time on the road. Ideally, you’ll run into very few troubles during your travels- but it’s important to be prepared for when troubles do arise. In times like these, you’ll be glad that you packed an emergency kit.   What should you include in…

Tips for Surviving the Night Shift

March 23 / Posted by Christi Hintz

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The night shift is a necessary but disorienting part of working in health care. You can make it easier on yourself by doing a few key things during your shift. We’ve already covered some tips on how to take care of yourself while working night shift (check that out here) and this time we’re offering…

Are lingering cold temperatures getting you down? Around this time of year, you might start looking for assignments in places like sunny California. If you’ve got an assignment coming up in this lovely city, or if you’re thinking about taking one, or if you’re reading this from your housing in Los Angeles, we’ve got some…

How to Relax After A Shift

March 8 / Posted by Christi Hintz

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Does this sound familiar to you? You come home from a long, particularly challenging shift at the hospital and collapse on the couch with your phone. You try to unwind, but you can’t get your mind off work. You still hear the sounds of the hospital in your head and you’re still thinking about what…

You just got your first travel assignment, and you’re so excited to plan your trip. But there’s one big question you need to answer before you can get started: How are you gonna get there? The two primary methods of travel that most nurses choose between are flying and driving. Here are some good questions…

One Pan Dinners for the Busy Travel Nurse

February 23 / Posted by Christi Hintz

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We get it; the last thing you want to do at the end of a long shift is come home and make a complicated meal. But you don’t have to dirty five pans and tackle a dozen different steps to get a healthy, satisfying meal. We’ve put together a list of some of some great…

  ADEX Travel Nursing wants to place you in cities that you’ll love so that you can have amazing experiences during your travels. We have so many assignments to choose from at any given time, and each city is just brimming with unique things to see and do. With that in mind, we’ve started a…

As a nurse, you spend so much time taking care of others that sometimes you may just forget to take care of yourself. But you can’t pour from an empty cup, and it’s important to make time for self care even in your busiest seasons. If you’ve only got a few minutes to spare, consider…