This week I realized I would eventually have to re-license myself and was quite surprised when I realized just how many CME’s (continuing education credits for NP’s) that I would need! As with most things, I didn’t look ahead and am now a wee bit behind. Fortunately, I had a fairly slow day at work so I was able to chunk away at some of them while rage eating cheez its to keep the nausea away! This week is pregnancy week 9 and also supposedly the peak of emotions and nausea. Clearly, It was a fun week. Enjoy, I hope this makes you feel far more sane because clearly I am not!
Here’s the Drunk Noodles I made! I did triple the sauce like the comments recommended and used chicken instead of shrimp and bell peppers instead of tomatoes. So good!
ADN vs BSN | Which Is Right For You? In Today’s video we look at just that! We will break down the differences and similarities between the Associates Degree in Nursing (ADN) and Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN). I’ll share some of the limitations and benefits of going the ADN route, offer my personal recommendation for your end goal, and offer my insight on some common myth’s about ADN nursing programs. Remember, both the ADN and BSN nursing programs provide you the opportunity to sit for the NCLEX which makes you a registered nurse, so you really can’t lose either way!
In this video I’ll show you how I’m navigating NP life with all the lovely morning sickness that comes with the first trimester. While it’s definitely easier than when I was bedside, it’s been an adjustment! I also saw quite a few challenging patients this week and am feeling more comfortable putting my foot down with them, which is kinda nice! Hope you are all having a great week!