SUNGLASSES || SCRUB TOP & SCRUB BOTTOMS (by far my favorite scrubs & sold pretty much anywhere scrubs are sold-I wear XXS top and bottom for reference!) || TOTE BAG (completely customizable from the color of the handles, print, band, letters, etc- makes a great gift & comes in a ton of other styles! I tagged the exact style of this bag which comes with pockets on the inside where I keep my pens, personal stuff, etc. || SHOES
Did you start as an ER nurse post-grad? Or did you start somewhere else first?
What did you do before you were a nurse?
What do you want to specialize in as an NP?
How long did you work as a nurse before you decided to go back to school?
I’m currently in a BSN program and I know you’re doing NP school at the moment! What school are you going to for that and how long were you an RN before you applied? I’m so interested in the process coming from a real person haha!
How do you find time to work on your blog, shop, work and go to school?? I’m so impressed! I’ve definitely been having trouble lately with doing everything I want to do and would love some advice!
Were you in nursing school when you were married? If so, was it really hard on your marriage or did it strengthen you guys?
I am currently trying to figure out what specialty to apply for NP school! I currently work as an RN in critical care. I am torn between FNP and ACNP. Which program are you in and what made your decision?
Are you in NP school full time and working full time? I am starting in the fall for the acute care NP school full time and I am wondering if I should switch to part-time work or even PRN work?!?
What is the hardest thing about nurse practitioner school/is it as hard as you thought it would be? Starting NP school in the fall!
Hi! I’m currently a nursing student (almost complete with my junior year) and I am thinking about applying to NP school in the fall and jumping straight in after I graduate with my BSN next spring. Since you are currently an NP student, what are your thoughts on that? I have a previous bachelors degree, so I’m slightly older than your average undergrad student, and know that I want to be an NP eventually and don’t want to wait! I’ve loved following along and thanks in advance for your advise.
How do you find time to work, update your Instagram/blog, and study?
Did others in your program decide later in life to become an np or was that always the goal?