The Ultimate Guide to Being a Traveling Professional
Hi! We're Jalin and Kate Coblentz, and this is our blog about life on the road. I'm a freelance copywriter and content writer, and Kate's a traveling Physical Therapist. Together, we're the Pros on the Road.
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A Little More About Us
Greetings fellow travelers! We're Jalin and Katlynne Coblentz, a husband and wife duo who have been living on the road for over two years now. I'm a freelance content and copywriter, and my wife is a travel physical therapist.
We first started our journey in April of 2021 when we made the decision to sell our home, buy an RV, and hit the road. We were originally planning to settle down after Kate's clinical rotations so she could find a steady job at a local hospital. However, we discovered we loved the travel life so much that she decided to become a travel physical therapist. We haven't stopped traveling since!
Our goal is to provide helpful tips for fellow travelers and to those who want to take the plunge but don't know where to start. Whether you want to get into a traveling profession or simply work remotely wherever you're at, this blog is for you!
Tips for Tiny Living
One of the biggest obstacles that people face when they think about becoming a traveling professional is finding a new home every three or so months. While the idea of finding a new home four times per year can be unsettling, it doesn't have to be if you know what to expect.
We've tried several different methods when it comes to housing. While we prefer to live in our camper whenever possible, we've also had to find housing on Furnished Finder and Airbnb. No matter which method you prefer, we have the travel tips you need.
No matter where we go or what we do, hiking always plays a big role in our lives. We've found that hiking is one of the best ways to reconnect with each other, all while getting fresh air, Vitamin D, and exploring nature's beauty.
In addition to hiking, we also love going to National Parks, State Parks, and anywhere else that's loaded with outdoor activities. We feel like getting into nature is one of the best ways to stay centered and cope with the occasional loneliness that goes with traveling.
Travel Physical Therapy
One of the first things we learned when going into travel physical therapy is that there aren't a lot of good resources for information and assistance. We didn't know what to expect or even how to get started. Our goal is to change that by sharing what we've learned so far!