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Nurse RN Forum – Torn between RN and RDA: I would really appreciate some advice, a…

I would really appreciate some advice, as I’m feeling really torn and confused right now about my next move. My dream is to travel the world, and do it while I’m young, with no attachments other than my husband (I’m 23 and getting married in 5 days.) I’ve wanted to travel my whole life and I’ve also wanted to go to college and become an RN…after failed attempts at both when I was younger, I know that now is the time that I am ready to take my education seriously. My only problem is that I promised myself I would stop making excuses and putting my travel dreams on the back-burner…I don’t feel that furthering my education would be an excuse, but I do feel that if I became an RN, that would take at least 4 years of schooling, and then who knows how long to get a job, plus I’d want to get at least a years experience in the job before leaving, and who knows, maybe I’d be so attached to my job, I’d just keep making excuses not to leave. Not to mention, my fiancé and I do want to start a family in the next 6 or so years, definitely before traveling. Another thing I’ve considered is becoming a registered dental assistant, as I’m also very interested in dentistry (but not as much as nursing). If I do that, the schooling would only take about a year and a half and I feel I wouldn’t be as attached to my job as I would as an RN, because there are plenty of RDA jobs here in San Diego. My concern with that is not making enough money to survive here, let alone save up and travel. My fiancé is very supportive of whatever I choose, and his concerns are the same as mine. He is currently working on advancing his education and salary as well with an IT acertification that should not take more than another year, but I am really clueless as to how much money he will be making and when he will be employed in the field, so I do feel some pressure. Side note: I am an artist and jewelry maker and plan on having a side gig. Any advice or suggestions are welcomed and GREATLY appreciated!!
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