I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t scared. Scared every time I walk into a possible Covid-19 patient’s room. Scared every time I clock into work wondering if they’ll have the proper supplies I need to keep myself safe. Scared for our future if people don’t start taking things seriously. Scared for the families … Continue reading A Letter from YOUR Nurses;
I’ve gotten so many messages so I’ve decided to make a life update blog to share all the exciting news! We are taking a break from house projects and our life in Tampa to embark on a new journey! In just 5 days we will be loading up our cars, saying “see ya later” to … Continue reading Life Update!
I’m not a teacher, I’m a nurse. But I never could have become a nurse without my teachers. What if I came to work but I had to bring bandaids and supply IV kits from home? What if I had to bring bedpans with me and foley kits? What if my own funds had to … Continue reading To Our Teachers…Love, Your Nurses
Ladies, who doesn't love a large pantry?! When we bought our house it had a pretty decent size pantry but I knew from the minute we looked at the house that I was going to have to change the pantry up! The metal shelves drove me crazy and the bifold door was so plain. Of … Continue reading Pantry Remodel:
It's that time of year when our festive pumpkins begin wilting away. Whether you used them for jack-o-lanterns or just as gorgeous porch decorations, it's time to start saying your goodbyes. However, before their time is up, there are a few more things you can do to get the most out of your pumpkin! Everything … Continue reading Goodbye, Pumpkin!
Photo by cottonbro on Pexels.com For some of you, you're sad another year is ending and others can't wait for this year to be over so they can start fresh. Well regardless of which one you are; you have about 2 weeks left of 2019! This is your Getting Ready for 2020 guide! This is … Continue reading Getting Ready for 2020
Recently, we have started to make decisions to become more self aware of the waste we produce and doing the little things we can to help contribute to the planet. That may sound a little nerdy but I've noticed a crazy difference in just our household so imagine the difference if we all made a … Continue reading Saving the Planet for Dummies:
I'm not going to lie, it's hard to manage nursing school, work, eating right, having a social life, working out, being in a relationship, and making time for your family. I'm not an expert by any means but here are 15 of my best tips: Tip One: Get a Planner Get a planner and not … Continue reading How to Survive Nursing School 101:
One thing that really sucks about being a night shifter is that I eat breakfast at 5pm, lunch at 2am and dinner usually right before bed at 8am (that just sounds messed up typing it). Well, I started noticing I was gaining weight and was always looking really bloated. I was still working out and not … Continue reading Food Timing & Night Shift
It's summer and for some of you that means wearing sexy skimpy bikinis, having beachy waves, perfectly tan skin and rocking crop tops. For the rest of us, that means smashing tacos and margaritas during the day and wearing "loose and flowy" dresses at night. Whichever you are, do you! This blog is all about … Continue reading Summer Bod Probs