Pretty good question. If you figure it out before I do, please, let me know.
I suppose I would currently self identify as a free-lance volunteer of sorts. (And, apparently virgin blogger.) I’m an emergency travel nurse from the United States. I know, that’s a vague location, but clarifying will take some time. I will get there. First, I must figure out how to blog!
My interests are about as scattered as the places I’ve lived. Just so we know what we’ve getting into here, I’ll briefly mention a few, and will cover them in an arbitrary order of my choosing. Some inspire me, some challenge me, other excite me, and a few scare me.
- travel nursing
- international travel- mostly of the backpacker type
- national travel- mostly of the camping type
- philosophical musings
- books; if you don’t like books, maybe exit west. (It’s a ((mediocre)) book joke. And just to be clear, I mean that both the book, and my joke, were mediocre. See, I told you…lots about books.)
- inspirational people, Peter Singer comes to mind first
- quarter life crises (I’m banking on living ’til 100. Plus, third life crises just doesn’t sound as catchy.)
- reflections on my early 20s, like choosing a career, friends, and having the strength to be your best self
This seems like as good a place as any to get started.
On the off chance anyone is terribly interested in my username/social medial handle, here’s the inside scoop. Although Kelli isn’t a particularly common name, there were 3 of us with the same name in my class for most of nursing school. Someone assigned us all nicknames, and I was dubbed “kelli wags,” or “wags” for short. I never really had nicknames growing up, so I was pretty jazzed that I finally had one at 20 years old. It stuck, and since then, some of my favorite people have come to refer to me as kelli wags. Not everyone gets it, though.
In the realm of pen names, its no Dr. Suess, but it’ll do for now.
Thanks for reading, and stay tuned.