• Jogger Scrubs; All you Need to Know About Them

    They’re chic, they’re super comfortable, and they are all the rage in the nursing scrub world; they are jogger scrub pants. Jogger scrubs arrived on the scrub uniform scene just a short year or two ago. At first, only a couple of scrub brands offered the jogger scrub, but then it quickly gained popularity, and within months there were multiple jogger scrub styles on the market. They became such a sought after product that […]

  • Goodbye 2020, Hello 2021!

    And just like that, 2020 is about to fade into the annals of history. It left its mark, though. And how!! But mankind intends to push forward and greet 2021 with open hearts and arms. We may have been battered and bruised by the coronavirus pandemic that raged on for most of 2020 and continues to wreak its havoc worldwide, but the future is looking brighter; more hopeful than it did just a few […]

  • Gift List: Nurse Edition

    ‘Tis the season of joy and cheer!! 2020 is on its way out and a vaccine(!!!) has been introduced, making the world seem just a bit brighter these days. Plus, Christmas; family, friends (yes… social distanced!), and of course GIFTS!! I mean, who couldn’t use a gift right now?? Sure, budgets are tight, and credit cards are just about maxed out for much of the population, but gifts need not be extravagant to be […]

  • In True T. Swift Style

    The American Music Awards happened last week. Also, it’s still Corona. (Don’t you just love how this dreadful virus has turned into a time period in and of itself. Like oh, during the Renaissance period… except this one’s named after a killer…) Anyhow, back to the subject matter! The AMA’s DID take place in person, despite Covid still being very much an issue. But there was rigorous testing done beforehand, lots of continuous sanitizing, […]

  • A Covid Thanksgiving

    It’s Thanksgiving. It’s also 2020. And yet the circumstances surrounding the year we’ve all gone through, in no way cancel out the fact that we still must be thankful. In fact, I believe that this year, more than any other year in the collective memory of the human race, lends itself to an attitude of gratitude. Why?? Because we’ve all been through hell and back in our own respective lives. Some of us have […]

  • Happy Halloween!

    BOO! It’s Covid! The spookiest thing about Halloween this year may in fact be the potential transmission of Covid-19. And while the general public isn’t particularly concerned for the health of the children trick-or-treating, as it relates to the coronavirus, it’s important that guidelines be set and rules enforced so that we can protect the elderly and vulnerable these children will likely come in contact with. Keep in mind though, children have had a […]

  • Zendaya Makes History

    It’s the year of the ‘unprecedented.’ (I had to say that.) But as they say in showbiz, the show must go on!! And it did! The Emmy’s that is. To make a never-ending story short, the coronavirus basically forced the Emmy Awards to stage an almost entirely virtual event. Strange? Sure. But what isn’t strange about 2020? Jimmy Kimmel hosted for the camera crews and a handful of cardboard cutouts of the nominees, and […]

  • Back to School and What it Means for School Nurses

    Here’s an unsettling statistic. 25% of schools across the United States do NOT have a school nurse. While that may have proved fine and dandy up until now; with the coronavirus still raging across the country, and many schools slated to reopen shortly, that’s going to be rather problematic. It’s the school nurse to whom students and faculty are going to turn to with questions and concerns. A school minus a nurse during this […]

  • Health and Wellness

    August is National Wellness Month. And surprise, surprise; this month focuses on self-care, stress management, and creating healthy routines. In other words, it draws attention to every single thing nurses are terrible at. Yikes! To be fair, nurses are overworked, underpaid, and forever short staffed; leaving minimal (if any at all) time for any sort of self-care. But that needs to change. Today. Right now. The only way a nurse can prevent severe burnout […]

  • Bullying in the Nursing Industry Part II

    If you’re here, I’d like to think you read through Part I of this series. If you didn’t, go read it and then come back. Bullying is not something to be taken lightly even when it involves full grown adults. Nurses need to know that bullying exists, why it exists, how to recognize it and what steps they can take to combat it. The latter two we will discuss right here, right now. So! […]

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