• To Be Or Not To Be- A Murse, That Is!

    There are statistics, and then there are STATISTICS. And in honor of Father’s Day; a day on which we celebrate the males in our lives, I’d like to bring ‘a STATISTIC’ to the forefront. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, 91% percent of registered nurses are female, while a mere 9% are male. Why, though? Why, why, WHY?!? Stereotype; plain and simple. Despite the fact that gender equality is making headlines in today’s society, […]

  • Gigi Hadid: A Stained Glass Godess

    If we had a king and queen here in the big ole US of A, there would be a royal ball each year. Naturally. We do not, though… have a king… or a queen… in which case, sadly, there is no ball. BUT. We’ve got something really, realllly close to that royal ball, only it’s called the Met Gala. And if we’re still using analogies I will go so far as to say that […]

  • Of Motherhood and Nursing

    Breakfast in bed has been served, the fresh bouquet of roses is sitting pretty on your nightstand, the kids have all scampered off, and you’re lost in thought…. Perhaps it’s time to pursue a career. After all, the kids are only getting older, you’ve got more free time on your hands, and there’s that ever growing itch; to accomplish and make a difference in the world. But what to do? The adjustment of going […]

  • National Autism Awareness Month

    April is National Autism Awareness Month. And considering that about 1 in 68 children has been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and that it is reported across ALL racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups, chances are that you, my dear pediatric nurse, have come across your fair share of autistic patients. Let’s get the facts straight, though. ASD is not, as the masses are wont to think, a single mental disorder. In fact, there […]

  • Why You Should Be Dating a Nurse This Valentine’s Day

    As if you needed a reason; am I right??? In all seriousness, though, dating a nurse isn’t all red roses and Godiva chocolates. There’s a non-conventional work schedule to contend with, crazy hours, emergencies, exhaustion… And the list goes on. In fact, if you’re dating a nurse this Valentine’s Day, you may be taking a rain check and celebrating on the 15th or 16th because, y’know, 12 hour shifts. On the flip side, though, […]

  • National Blood Donor Month

    Blood. It’s one of those things us humans tend to take for granted, until we lose it. And for millions of people, this ‘loss’ is a reality. Accident victims, cancer patients, and the likes, all count on blood banks being full at any given time with their specific blood type. In fact, according to the American Red Cross, someone in the U.S. needs blood every 2 seconds. At the same time, though, only 10% […]

  • Wonder Woman. Wonder Dress.

    If you had the choice to be either a Mediterranean goddess or Wonder Woman, which would you choose? Tough call, huh? Lucky for Gal Gadot, she gets to be both! An Israeli actress and model, Gal Gadot was honored at the Critics’ Choice Awards, with the second annual #SeeHer award. This was completely apropos as according to one Critics’ Choice Awards spokesperson, “Gadot broke through this year as a powerful voice advocating for women, […]

  • Gone Gifting

    If you’re a responsible human being who takes care of holiday gifts well before the holidays set in, please skip this piece and move on with your life. If, on the other hand, you’re as irresponsible as someone I may or may not know (please stop guessing; it’s rude!) then read on!! SO- as you’ve surmised, the holidays are upon us- like really, really, REALLY upon us. And as I’ve surmised, there are still […]

  • Selena Slays in All Black

    So there’s this really cool event that takes place each year. It’s called the Billboard Women in Music event. Nope, I’ve never been invited, but I heard that this year’s was epic! The reason?? The main award, titled simply, ‘Woman of the Year,’ went to none other than Selena Gomez. Yes, ladies; Selena is BACK!! And she is doing better than ever! She’s had an insane year on all fronts and this award meant […]

  • Attitude of Gratitude

    Thanksgiving is to turkey as… Thanksgiving is to gratitude. See what I did there? The turkey, or may I rephrase that as THE TURKEY, is not (as most of the country seems to believe,) the sole reason why we get together with family and friends and enjoy a (hopefully!) civil meal. Sure it’s nice to sit around and discuss which exotic stuffing and cranberry sauce merited a place at the table this year; however, […]

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