My nursing school debt journey

March 1, 2019

A complete post about how I am paying off my nursing school debt

When I started blogging back in 2016, I never imagined what it would become today. My little space in the world sees over 10,000 views a month and more than 12.3 of you follow along with me on Instagram. Since the very beginning, I have strived to be honest and transparent on here. There was a lot more I wanted to share with you all but was not sure how to do that while keeping information private. Now I want to open up more...more about nursing and more about my personal life.

Administering Hazardous drugs and how to stay safe

February 22, 2019

I love being an oncology nurse and I love being somewhat considered a nursing influencer, but what I find challenging is that I am not apart of the "cool" club of ICU/ER nursing. With that being said, I really want to shine a big spotlight on oncology nursing!

One of the most frightening parts of the job (for me) is administering hazardous medications.

Battling Celiac Disease

February 20, 2019

Meet my mom! In my last personal post, I mentioned how my mother was battling an assortment of health issues: thoracic outlet syndrome, fibromyalgia, chronic migraines, and potentially lupus. Growing up, my mother was always my biggest supporter and she is still today. However, it looks a bit differently. Now I’m not always sure you can make it out of the house.

Why I am making it my mission to attend the ONS congress this year!

February 12, 2019

Since the beginning of 2019, I have made it my mission to help Oncology Nurses stand out in social media. On my Instagram, I try and follow a lot of you back and actually interact with what stage of the game you are in. I am surprised by how many of you want to pursue emergency departments or critical care. And I get it! I was right there with you during nursing school. They both have a certain cool and bad a** feature about them. Plus, after either of those fields, you can literally do almost anything!

Nursing Edition: Can I call out sick from work?

February 8, 2019

This post is sponsored by DripDrop ORS.

Why is it that as a nurse we feel so guilty about calling out sick? During our onboarding process, we are informed of the policy regarding how to call out sick and how many sick days we are allotted, but yet we feel guilty when we need to. 

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