It’s about that time where a lot of my friends who decided to go to nursing school in the past year are graduating, doing their internships, and about to start their new jobs in the nursing field.
Still with so many questions and concerns about placement, and what they have to wear- there aren’t many places they can go to find helpful information, or a community of other nurses to support and help them on their way.
I have come across a website to do just that, and more.
Scrubsis an online magazine of sorts, that can help you in any stage of your career (such as student nurse, new nurse, seasoned/mentor.)
From how to look good in scrubs (never an easy task if you ask me), to what to tell a patient about the Swine Flu, this website has basically everything you could ever want to know- and unlike other nursing websites- it offers it in a fun, warm and inviting atmosphere.
Even for someone like me, who is not going to go into the nursing field, the website has some helpful resources like how to keep your hands looking healthy when you wash them all day long (and although i’m positive I don’t wash them as much as a nurse, as a stay at home mom they do get washed quite often and dried out because of that)… Also fashion tips for the spring & summer seasons for the normal every day person, and makeup tips as well- like how to wake up looking younger(key point: moisturize!)
I definitely suggest checking it out if you’re going into, or are in the nursing field- or if you’re not, and could use tips (like what to buy from the vending machine) or maybe a laugh, it’s a good place to go for that too.
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@selfmademummy I'd explode if I tried
"Motherhood-- the days are long but the years are short" Wrong. The days are long but the SLEEP is short.
If you enjoy working hard to prep a delicious meal only to be told "I'm definitely going to hate that" before it's served, you'll love kids.
it's what I like to call "Resting Mom Face" pic.twitter.com/DmFPcSIZjR
@Abby_NotDead My youngest looked like a cross eyed fish. Adorable now but it was a rough first few weeks 🤣
New babies look like potatoes 😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/aCbnxRXKQq
When you told your kid they could help but now they're messing literally everything up pic.twitter.com/SgCzddoECB