Warning: I use language in this post. I apologize if that is offensive to you and would recommend not reading further. For those of you who don’t know, NCLEX is the licensing exam for nurses. In Kentucky, all new grads get a six month provisional license, which is void the moment you take your boards…… Continue reading My Crazy NCLEX Experience
The weeks before starting at my job, I was a bundle of nerves and excitement. Between frantically studying for boards, I tried to prepare myself for starting at the ER. The fun side was a little bit of shopping for some new gear, as well as getting out some old favorites and a few gifts.… Continue reading New Nursing Gear
I chose not to attend my graduation since we all know this is not my first rodeo. However, it was really important to me to attend my pinning ceremony and I was go glad that I did. It was a wonderful day! The ceremony was nice and short: We received our awesome pins: I was… Continue reading Nurse Pinning
I have a job. Like a legit, real job. Four whole months before I graduated… and it feel’s amazing. Job hunting as a nursing student was something I have never experienced before. I went on what felt like an endless number of interviews, but I received an offer from every hospital I interviewed with. I… Continue reading Job time!
I have recently had a few questions about why I am no longer writing about nursing school. The deal is that nursing school has been, well, hell. It has been a miserable experience, only made livable by the fact I have wonderful classmates, a supportive spouse, and a dog who lets me cuddle her whenever… Continue reading Why I Stopped Writing About 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… Continue reading A Day in Nursing School
I am almost finished with my second session of my accelerated nursing program, so I thought I would give an update about how this session is going. This session I took Med Surg I, which is basically adult nursing I. I will have four of these courses in my program. During this session, we began… Continue reading Second Session