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Decluttering My Life

Decluttering My Life

I’ve lived in a world of overwhelm so long, I didn’t realize I was drowning. Deciding to de-clutter my life is actually looking at ALL areas of my life. This includes my physical surroundings, my financial budget, emails, Facebook, and even work. I read two e-books several months ago by a new Facebook friend, Shirley(…)

Exploring Below the Tip of the Iceberg

Exploring Below the Tip of the Iceberg

Before I became a wellness coach, I had already experienced 2 very distinct periods of burnout and overload related to my nursing career. Outside stressors were involved each time. I personally didn’t take out my frustrations on staff or peers. I internalized my emotions. I gained weight and had frequent health issues involving gastric difficulties,(…)

Nurturing the Age Old Issue of Nurse Relationships

Nurturing the Age Old Issue of Nurse Relationships

The French novelist Alphonse Karr has been noted for originating the phrase “the more things change, the more they stay the same”. I tend to agree. The nursing profession has evolved and changed through the years, however we as a profession continue to deal with hot topic issues like nurse bullying, jealousy, distrust, and really(…)

Thinking Outside the Box. Evolving as a Nurse Entrepreneur

Thinking Outside the Box. Evolving as a Nurse Entrepreneur

May 2013 marked 23 years for me as a Registered Nurse. My experiences have been varied. At the very core of what I have done has been a knowing that I wanted to make a real difference. A real difference in my own life, the life of my family and friends, and the lives of(…)

10 Tips to Help Avoid Burnout as a New Grad

10 Tips to Help Avoid Burnout as a New Grad

I remember how excited I was to run the mailman down (and I really did drive through the neighborhood looking for the mail delivery truck) the day nursing board results were arriving. Back in the day, it was a paper and pencil test, and the results arrived about 2 months later to let you know(…)