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A Day in Nursing School

I thought it might be interesting for those of you who are thinking about nursing school to see what a day in nursing school is like – with lots of emphasis on food.

My days in class are varied but the general gist is that I usually am in class except for clinicals twice a week.

7:00 a.m. It’s up and atom! I start my morning with snuggling Hermie, a large cup of coffee, and getting ready for my day with my daily makeup look.

8:00 a.m. It’s out the door to class.

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Beet shake in the morning

11:30 Lunch break, hanging out with my fellow nursing students!

12:30 Back to class

3:30 class is over but it usually takes me 30 minutes to finish and head out the door.

I personally like to go straight to the gym to blow off the stress from class. You’ll usually find me here between 4 and 5ish. You’ll be able to find me I am all about those bright pants!

Nursing daily schedule
Gym time

Then it’s off home, eating a quick snack in the car.

5:30 Home! I’ll take 30 to 45 minutes to get settled, pick up the house, and generally relax. Also play with Hermie. I mean look how cute!

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6ish: I’ll get an hour of studying in here before Z. gets home and settled. Check my bullet journal and make sure I am in good shape for the next day!

Nursing School Bullet Journal
Bullet Journal

7:00 Start a quick dinner like this one here:

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Fresh pico on chicken tacos!

We will finish eating by 8. Z. will clean the kitchen and prep us for tomorrow, while I study.

10:15 p.m. Finish studying and start prepping for bed. I take a long hour to do this because it is also my down time with Z.

11:15 p.m. Bed time!

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