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"Don't do it." Those words escaped the mouths of many of my doubters.

Not sure if it was the toddler mentality that took over—like when your parents told you not to touch something and you did it anyway—or just that I had been dreaming of it for over a year.

My friends who started as traveling physical therapists (PT) raved about their ability to experience new places and settings, meet new people, grow professionally, and pay off student loans.

So my mind was already set. I was going to become a travel PT.

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