5 Tips for a Healthy Shift

The usual shift can be 12- 13 hours if you calculate lunch and driving time. This can be very draining to the body especially if you’re working multiple shifts in a row. Setting up a successful plan to stay healthy is important. Here are tips to prepare you to become healthier and more energetic for…

10 Essential Tips for the Emergency Nurse

Emergency Nursing can be a very challenging specialty. It is not made for the faint of heart. I have worked as an ED nurse for about 3 years. I started right after graduating nursing school. I came from having no experience in the medical field to the ED which can be overwhelming. I thank my…

Simple Mask for Thicker Hair

I am sure we all had amazing hair as a child. As we age, stress out or physically and chemically test our hair; we lose the natural shine and thickness we used to have. I have figured out the hair thickening mask from mother nature. Ingredients  One stem of Aloe stripped of green skin layer…

8 Sleep Strategies for the Night Shift Nurse

Let’s talk about re-wiring your circadian rhythm. While everyone you know is sleeping and you’re awake saving lives; it can be hard to find restful sleep and keep a healthy work/ personal life balance. Sleeping during the day and working at night can be a huge struggle to function on your days on and off of work. Here are…

10 Tips For The New Nurse

Welcome to the finish line. Congrats new grad. Now you’re out on the field and you’re like a deer in headlights. Things are rarely done by the book except for sterile technique. You notice medicine is not treated as black or white. It is one big grey area. There are protocols for pretty much everything…

Ultimate Guide to Survive Nursing School and NCLEX

What an exciting time! You have been accepted to nursing school. But, let’s be honest it’s kind of a nightmare. Everything you learned about test taking goes out the window. You have to cram a bunch of information in a few days. You went from having one correct answer, to TWO possible correct answers but…