ok, ready for a long story? lolwhen i first got my license (ma) i immediately went for my ny reciprocity. i got it, but them family issues hit and i was unable to move. i bought a condo instead and have settled where i am. i love what i do (rehab nursing) but still think about nyc all the time. i'm not married, have no kids and i'm 24. everyone tells me it's the best time to go to nyc and feel it out. i have also been debating going back to school for my adult/geri np, which i would love to do in nyc. i have can easily rent out my condo (i have family and it's by a college) and my mother already said she'd help out and be the "stand in" landlord. i'm just really freaking out. i never really wanted to pay rent and that's why i bought a condo; however i really want to do this and move.does it make sense to do traveling nursing to nyc and feel it out? i'm not sure if that's considered abusing the traveling nurse position though, esp in this job market. but i also felt it's a good way to get my foot in the door and if i want to go back to school i can work on it and get my own apartment while i'm already in the city. i may also love travel nursing and want to keep exploring other cities, i'm just not sure. for awhile i was not exactly sure what i want to do, but i have found my niche in rehab nursing. another question is, are there rehab nursing positions available in traveling? one big fear i have is that i won't be able to cut it in a job where i'm new all over again. how have your experiences been being the newbie all the time?sorry for the rambling, but while i'm proud that at 22 i bought my own condo and have a job i love, but after 2 years i feel stuck and i need to do something!