See The World! 5 Reasons Why Traveling is Beneficial For Nurses by: Christine Maugdurulan BSN, RN 2016
Let us admit that nurses wear so many hats. From being an educator, caregiver, facilitator to being a promoter of health and the list goes on and on. This takes a toll on their physical, emotional and mental health. Nurses need a break from all the chaos at work and stress that they deal on a daily basis. Traveling helps their mind and body rejuvenate and enjoy the things that they worked for.
Have you been to a place where you felt like it was all worth it? The time, money spent and the people you were with are priceless. Nurses really need an affirmation that they did something right and they deserve every bit of this liberating feeling.
3.A time to contemplate.
Traveling gives us a sense of space. Take advantage of the chance to think and plan about anything. Have you reflected about your career goals? This is also the time you can get to know yourselves more.
4.Experiential purchase is priceless.
We all know that we need to save money for the future. And a good nurse is a wise spender too, but sometimes we need a different diversion and some purchases can be really worth it no matter what. Traveling gives us a lot of memories and priceless experiences that we can get inspiration from.
One reason why we work so hard is to earn money for ourselves and our family. But being away from them during our hectic shifts won't bring them closer to us. Traveling gives nurses a chance to bond with our loved ones. Together, you can visit places, relax, take pictures and immerse on a different culture. This helps us value each other's company and strengths.