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This one is kind of stream of consciousness-y…
It was so nice to sleep in today.
Let me be upfront: I am a night person. So all these early mornings requiring critical thinking before the sun is properly up just seems wrong to me. Before school started, it was nothing for me to stay up until 0200 or even 0400 reading a book or watching an entire season of something on Netflix, because I knew I could, with earplugs, sleep through the morning. So this being on campus by 0730 is kinda kicking my butt. Continue reading
Today started out kinda crappy. I overslept because I didn’t click the right box in my new alarm app (Note to Self: No more new stuff until the semester ends!). Being late is unacceptable, so I hustled and managed to get ready (at a most basic level) in about 20 minutes. My housemate’s girlfriend dropped me off, and I still managed to be on time. I got to seminar and there was a quiz. On the second day of school. I had studied for the dosage calculation test, but honestly, I only gave the chapters on leadership and delegation a cursory glance. That will never happen again. Continue reading
That Nursing Chick nails it! She is an LPN student, and she already sees through the nonsense. The job is challenging enough without us picking on each other. We have to work as a team, and recognize that every team member’s role is important to patient care. Because that’s what nursing is about – patient care.
Nursing Rivalry: It Needs To Stop – http://wp.me/p4IJtJ-9a
This one is a little long, so grab your favorite hot beverage and a comfy seat.
It’s a little something that I’ve been actively working on for a year now. I currently hold a license in California as a Licences Vocational Nurse (LVN). (Texas is the only other state with LVNs; other states issue licences for Practical Nurses, or LPNs.)* I earned my LVN at my local city college, and as I had also completed the general education requirements and all but one pre-requisite requirements for an associates degree, I earned that as well, graduating in the summer 2008. Continue reading
Laughing hysterically, because I’ve been there…
I’m just going to leave this here…
I was going to try to list my favorites, but it’s like choosing a favorite child!