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June Blog Challenge

As you may have noticed, I am bad with monthly challenges. I was hoping to be able to post daily but that is not the case. Silly me, a full time employee and a mother of 3. It was nearly impossible to get through. But it is done. Daily blogging has increased traffic to my […]

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Day 14

Timeline Of My Day 07:00am- Wake-Up 08:00am- Arrive to work 09:00am- Plan MyDay/Review Calendar For Meetings 10:00am- Check-In With Floor Staff, Address Concerns/Issues 11:00am- Review Reports/Print Reports 12:00pm-Work On Audits/Staff and Patient Schedules 1:00pm- Lunch.. Maybe. 2:00pm- Answer Phone Calls/Emails 3:00pm- Check-In With Floor Before Heading Home 4:00pm- Leave Office and Go Home 5:00pm- Start […]

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Becoming A Charge Nurse

This week I decided to post about my current job position! I am a Charge Nurse II, at a dialysis outpatient clinic. How To Land The Position You Dream Of.. It is extremely important to keep your eye on the prize! Make sure to have that conversation on a regular basis with your current supervisor. […]

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Quick Update: Blogger Life

Posting on Monday’s is not working for my life or my blog. I am changing my posting dates to Wednesday’s. Please keep updated on my 3 series blog post as they all come together to deliver a huge message on Post-Partum Depression. By the way, what would you like for me to write about? Remember […]

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Expect The Unexpected

What is Mental Health? What is healthy for my mind is not healthy for yours and vice versa. A very controversial topic, but a very important one as well. According to mentalhealth.gov; Mental health includes our emotional, psychological and social well-being. So again, what is healhty for me may not be for you. Regardless of […]

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It’s Back to Work

As I’ve shared on one of my blog posts, I went back to work earlier than expected. My maternity leave started 05/21 to 07/02. I took exactly 6 weeks off. My short term disability was not approved and my paid time off and sick time were used up in 4 weeks. I have never been […]

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