• ‘Little’ Fashion Makes Big Statement

    I don’t have time to watch movies. Fact of life. Do I allow myself the luxury every now and then? Yes. But it’s got to be worth it. Little, in my opinion, is worth it! Before you run off and tell your besties, I’ve got to make a disclaimer. I have not watched it yet. In fact, it was just released; as in like a few days ago. Long story short, I stumbled across […]

  • Nutrition for Nurses

    Did you know that according to a health risk appraisal conducted by the American Nurses Association, nursing students and RNs have an average BMI of 27.6? That is in the overweight range, and that is a problem. The funny thing is that we’re talking about nurses. Nurses know what to do. In fact, nurses very often are the ones creating and implementing patients’ nutrition plans; which begs the question. What is happening here; why […]

  • 10 Essential Tips You Need for Writing Your Nursing Resume

    Before you even begin shopping for nursing scrubs, you’re going to need to find a position in healthcare. While the number of jobs for nurses is on the rise and has been for the last ten years, there’s also a lot more people training in the healthcare industry and applying for jobs, which means the job market is more competitive than ever before. With this in mind, it goes without saying you’re going to […]

  • The Importance of Color Coded Scrubs

    Running a medical facility is a stressful yet rewarding experience, and one that brings with it tremendous responsibilities. One responsibility that often falls through the cracks due to many seemingly more important details and critical situations which crop up, such as choosing the right medical staff uniforms. Quality nursing scrubs are essential for any medical facility and can play a crucial role in providing adequate care for patients. Here are a few reasons why you […]

  • Gaga Over Gaga

    We all knew she could sing, and we all knew she could dance. And when A Star is Born hit theaters in early October of 2018, we all found out that Lady Gaga could act as well. The rest as they say, is history. Produced and directed by Bradley Cooper, who also stars as the film’s lead actor, this romantic drama/musical, which tells the story of a heavy drinking musician who falls in love […]

  • Self-love is the Best Love

    Valentine’s Day came. Valentine’s Day went. Maybe you had a date. Maybe you didn’t. And while everyone was hung up on their relationships (or lack thereof), I couldn’t help but think that perhaps we’re all neglecting the one relationship that is universal to all of mankind and that needs the most nurturing. In fact, it’s the one relationship that establishes the foundation for all other relationships. I’m talking of course, about one’s relationship with […]

  • Dressed for Success

    Which profession requires you to walk miles per day, indoors? If you guessed nursing, you got it right! According to a study published in MedSurg Nursing, nurses walk over four miles per shift, nearly double the amount a regular girl would walk per day. Now, that’s great for exercise purposes, but it can be rather tiresome to jog around for nearly twelve hours straight. Especially during night shift! One thing that can make your […]

  • Staying Healthy in the Hospital

    The question begs to be asked; how do doctors and nurses remain healthy and well when a large portion of their waking hours is spent in a hospital setting with not so healthy people? HOW?? What exactly is the secret for not catching every cold and strain of flu? In honor of National Staying Healthy Month, I’d like to share tips and tricks from the experts. Follow along! Keep Your Hands to Yourself: Yes, […]

  • Oh, how beautiful!

    You’re a Grey’s Anatomy fan. Fact. And here’s the thing; considering that you’re a nurse, reading a blog written by someone (yours truly!) employed by a medical scrubs company, you know good and well that the aforementioned statement has more than one meaning. That’s right. I’m not simply referring to the top of the line scrubs brand, but to the long running TV show as well! And here’s a personal question for you. Who […]

  • Skincare Tips and Treatments for Busy Nurses

    There’s no doubt that the harsh disinfectants, dry hospital air, stressful work environment, and long shifts that a nurse endures on a daily basis take a serious toll on your skin. It can be a real struggle to keep your skin healthy and glowing in such a harsh daily atmosphere. To keep your skin looking its best, you’re going to need to provide some extra tender loving care. Here are some quick and convenient […]

  • Introducing… Stylish Scrubs With A Twist.

    Ladies and gentlemen, listen up! I’ve got some great news for you. There’s a new line of nursing uniforms from Dickies that is totally changing the look of nurses for the better. Called Dickies Advance, these scrubs are casual and contemporary like none other. Remember how Cherokee Workwear took over the scrub world by a storm? Well, I’ll bet you Dickies Advance is going to be the next big thing in our industry. They’re […]

  • Tips and Advice When Interviewing for a First-Time Nursing Position

    There were 3.2 million professionally active registered nurses in 2016, and all of them are hardworking people who have dedicated their lives to helping others. If you’ve devoted your life to nursing, you are likely excited about starting your career. However, before you can get to work, you have to land a job — and that means nailing your interviews. If you are feeling nervous about interviewing, that’s okay! A little nervousness shows that […]

  • New Year, New You

    Cliché title? Maybe… Ok, fine; definitely! But that’s ok. This post is all about said cliché, as basic as that may sound. Picture this- It’s New Year’s Eve the world over, and as the clock strikes twelve in each respective time zone, champagne bottles POP as people toast to a better and brighter future. And yes, this scene repeats itself year after year. In fact, it’s quite fascinating what the opportunity to start anew […]

  • A Pop of Color for Mary Poppins

    I may have been living under a rock, but I literally got wind of the fact that a Mary Poppins sequel was just released…TODAY. I know! Who am I?!? And despite the fact that I’m ?? years old, I’m actually excited about this holiday release! What better way to bring Poppins back and introduce her to the next generation of little ones than during the most magical time of year:) I had a concern, […]

  • ‘Tis The Season For Seasonal Scrubs

    Seasonal scrubs are an easy way to bring a burst of holiday spirit into the often dull and dreary hospital ward. Many of the bedridden patients in the ward won’t have a chance to join with family and friends for the holidays at home this year, and what we provide them with will be the only holiday merriment they’ll experience. Every nurse has an opinion on seasonal scrubs. I think they’re really fun, and […]

  • Layered Up & Ready

    You know those days when you walk outside and a blast of cold air hits you in the face? Ouch! That’s when I know that it’s time to layer up, with booties, leggings, a warm scrub jacket, and cozy underscrubs. This winter is going to have a lot of those frigid days, and who knows better about the importance of layering up in cold weather than an experienced nurse? Seriously, we nurses have got […]

  • 2018 Holiday Gift Guide for Nurses

                              I don’t know about you, but I wait for this season since, like, forever. It’s one of my favorite times of year, with everything I need at the best prices ever! I don’t know how holiday time turned into spending season, but truthfully? I don’t mind! It’s worth it; I get all the things I’ve been dreaming of buying for the […]

  • Scamander Suits Up

    I’ll never forget the day that Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince was released unto us diehard Harry Potter fans. It was July 16th, way back in 2005, and while I had read each book in the series in a matter of days each time, (two, to be precise;) the Harry Potter mania gripping the nation at this juncture, (what with the movies being released one after the next and the end of […]

  • Managing Stress in Nursing: 4 Tips New Nurses Need to Know

    Nurses are stressed out and burning out. In one study, 92 percent of nurses reported moderate to very high stress levels. In another, 70 percent of nurses reported feeling burnout in their job. So much stress at work isn’t good for your health. Over-pressured nurses are susceptible to weight gain, sleep loss, and drinking, among other health risks. It’s also bad for patient health. As Med Page Today reports, higher levels of stress and […]

  • Are You Thankful or Are You Grateful?

    Every fourth Thursday for the last 397 years, we, the good people, have been celebrating Thanksgiving by gathering with family and close friends to offer up thanks for all the positivity in our lives. Year in and year out… Year after year… This year being no different. And believe me when I say that I set out to write the requisite Thanksgiving piece about having an attitude of gratitude and all that fuzzy, feel […]

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