Hello all! This is a update, no frills. I have been gone for the blog for a very long time. To make a long story short, I experienced a bit of burnout from precepting at work, in addition to many other events… So…Here is a quick list of the past few months. I have really struggled with blogging consistently, but my life has calmed down a bit and I feel inspired to share as much educational/nurse lifestyle content as possible. I also plan on setting realistic blog post expectations for myself, because I have a lot on my plate. Anna Continue reading been busy.
Hello all! Today’s post will be a quick read. If you work in the ER like me, you will know there are a lot of moving parts. ER nurses are notorious for minimal charting on patients. So keep reading for … Continue reading HOW TO KEEP UP WITH CHARTING│ER NURSE
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
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