I want to reiterate what baglady said. Get as much experience as you can!!! I don't have a popular opinion, but I think 1 year experience (unless you had done LPN, or EMT before becoming a RN) is not enough background to start traveling (for many people).
I do not want to scare you off the idea of traveling, though! If you feel confident in yourself and your skills after 1 year, GO FOR IT!!! It is the best thing that I have ever done in my life!!
But get as much experience as you can before you start traveling. Also remember that if you, for example, have only done Med-Surg, you probably will only be able to do M/S when you travel. Most hospitals do not cross-train their travelers. (For ex, I have M/S, ICU, and ER experience before I started traveling; therefore, I can do all those specialities).
I know I am repeating myself: GET EXPERIENCE, GET AS MUCH AS YOU CAN!!!!
I hope you love traveling as much as I do, when you finally do it!!