Presenter: Meagan Holloran.
Don’t Be Afraid to Push a Little in Hiking and in Life.
You need to keep putting one foot in front of the other and even slow progress is progress. Eventually though you will make it to your destination and then sit back and enjoy the fruits of your labor. Don’t rest on your laurels though. Keep looking for that next chance or adventure whether that is on a trail or in life, say yes. – Meagan Holloran, MSN, RN, CPN
I have been a nurse for 10 years, and am currently a pediatric travel nurse. I received my undergraduate degree from Goldfarb School of Nursing and my master’s in nursing education from the University of Missouri St. Louis. I worked as a nurse on a surgical/trauma unit at Saint Louis Children’s for the majority of my career as well as teaching clinicals with Goldfarb School of Nursing.
About: Meagan Holloran
I’ve been traveling as a nurse for the past three years. I’ve been fortunate and taken assignments in the states of Arizona, California, Texas, Utah, and Washington. It was during this time that I found my love of hiking, primarily in the pacific northwest.
The Gypsy Nurse Virtual Conference:
Please join us at The Gyspy Nurse for our Virtual Conference all this week: August 3rd – August 7th.
- Confidence is a Choice
- Non-Traditional Travel Nurse Assignments
- Protecting Yourself from Online Housing Scams
- What’s so Funny About… COVID
- Tax Home and Multi-State Issues
- How to Live your Best Life as a Travel Nurse
- Happy hour! 3 Easy Drinks to Make on the Road
Each session will be turned into an article and on our website, for you to watch at your convenience within 24-48 hours of the time it went live. If you are looking for other sessions please visit our Videos section on The Gypsy Nurse site. We hope you find these sessions helpful and fun!