Mother Nurse Love
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My nursing career path has been unconventional, to say the least. Here is the story of why I left a successful and decade-long career in medical device sales to become a nurse.
As a busy nurse it can be so hard to find time to exercise, especially since the average workout class lasts about 60 minutes. The good news is that there are lots of workouts that can easily be done at home on your own time whenever you have a few free minutes. Here are 7 ideas that will help you squeeze in a quick & effective workout with minimal equipment and time. Now, take off your scrubs, put on your workout clothes and get moving!
Looking for a thoughtful yet practical gift for the nurse in your life? Giving a nurse one of these gifts lets them know that you understand how hard they work to help others during some of the worst times in their lives. These make great nurse gifts for Mother’s Day, birthdays, Christmas, nursing school graduations or even “just because”.
Yoga offers nurses who work exhausting 12 hour shifts a way to give themselves a little more self-care. Furthermore, when we replenish our own reserves it helps us take even better care of our families and patients with more compassion. Here are 7 energizing and easy yoga poses for nurses who need more self-care!
Hello! I’m Sarah, and I’m so glad you are visiting me here at my blog. When I started Mother Nurse Love I had absolutely no idea what I was doing, but I knew I needed some sort of outlet for the overwhelming exhaustion and burnout I was feeling as a registered nurse and new mom. My goal was to find more effective ways to take better care of myself and make my life a little easier. By researching and writing about my experiences, it helped me find new solutions to help me live a happier, healthier life – both at work and home.