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Old 03-26-2015, 06:36 PM   #11
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Substitute teaching gives you complete freedom to work when you want. The work consists of individual daily assignments, so you can make yourself available for assignments when you're home, and not when you're away. You're also off for the summer, when your own kids are off school. Check your local school board's web site.
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I did have an online Children's Boutique when we first went Full Time. The inventory took it way to much space. Now, I'm a Plexus Ambassador. I have my own website. No inventory, no parties etc.,most everything I do on Facebook. I can do that t anywhere, so it greatly fits this lifestyle.
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Travel nursing. You can work three 12 hour shifts in one week to be full-time. You can contract to a hospital for 13 weeks at a time so you can thoroughly enjoy an area. If you schedule yourself for 3 shifts in a row at the beginning of 1 week and the end of the other week, plenty of site seeing and side trips time. The travel agencies give you the option of staying in company provided housing or taking a stipend and finding your own housing. Take the stipend and live in campgrounds. You will pay less than the stipend. You also get to pick where you go. I just wish ideas in to camping when I used to he a travel nurse. I met several travellers doing this. It's a great idea for the experienced nurse.
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