Being an RN, I had no fear of the care giving aspects of becoming a new Mom. I regularly stared death in the face saying “not today death, not on my watch”. With that experience, how hard could taking care of one small healthy person be? Spoiler alert: I was clueless...... I've had the… Continue reading Triumph in Suffering-Guest Post
I would like to thank everyone who participated in our giveaway, I had some truly excellent responses and Am so grateful to call all of you my colleagues! Check out my video below for my tribute to our winner and to Florence! (Be kind, it's my first video)
"Any fool can know, the point is to understand" Albert Einstein We have all had a patient that shifted our perception. One that somehow made us see past ourselves, our bias, our exhaustion and really see them. Sometimes that change is imperceptible and alters your view ever so slightly, and sometimes it's very profound and… Continue reading The Epiphany that Changed Everything.
"Either you run the day, or the day runs you" There is a tremendous dichotomy within nursing regarding job satisfaction. We are very proud of what we do, and will defend it vehemently when our care or value is questioned. Yet the accepted attitude of negativity throughout the profession drags us down. This negativity is… Continue reading On the Right Foot, 5 Tips to Start your Day Well.
"It's okay to be scared. Being scared means you're about to do something really, really brave." A few years ago, in a small town not too far away, a young woman stood at the precipice of something. She had no idea where it would take her, how it would both hurt and heal her heart, and… Continue reading In the Beginning………