Hello all! Welcome back to the blog. If anyone read my most recent life update, you would know I ended up quarantined for five days. I know I don’t talk about the gym much on the blog, but it is … Continue reading GETTING BACK ON TRACK AFTER COVID
Welp… The time finally came where I tested positive for COVID 19. I wanted to share my experience to be transparent. If you are interested, keep reading! Disclaimer: I am not a physician. This post is simply to share an … Continue reading MY EXPERIENCE WITH COVID-19
Hello all! Welcome back, or should I tell myself welcome back… I know I have not posted anything in a while, but I have lot’s of content planned and just wanted to share a few updates. Keep reading if you are curious! PASSED THE TCRN. I took the TCRN for the second time and passed it! When I failed the first time I had barely failed and was very frustrated so I took a couple months off before studying and reattempting. I am so relieved to have this under my belt. My goal was to pass it before my birthday … Continue reading life updates.
Hello all! I know it has been a very long time since I have posted a blog, but I have a good reason. I started a new job! Keep reading to hear how I landed the job and my orientation … Continue reading MY NEW JOB┃ER NURSE
Hello everyone! For this post, I will be sharing how I passed the Trauma Nursing Core Coure (TNCC) by the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA). The purpose of this course is to essentially provide you with some basic knowledge on the thought process and interventions necessary to care for trauma patients. Keep reading if you are interested! WHY DID YOU TAKE THIS COURSE? I took this course as it is a requirement for all nurses working in the Emergency Department at my hospital at the one year mark. Following this, you may “officially” be assigned to work in the trauma bay. … Continue reading HOW I PASSED TNCC
Hello all. This post is going to be quick, but a little bit different than typical content with this title. This is a serious post and may seem negative, but is necessary and unfortunately the harsh reality of healthcare. Keep … Continue reading THE ONE THING EVERY NEW GRADUATE NURSE SHOULD KNOW