I came up with this list of 101 interesting blog post ideas for nurses so that I could prove a point: that there are so many things that nurses can write about. And I barely even scratched the surface with this list! Nurses have a unique perspective that we can share with readers. Read more to find out why I think more nurses should be blogging and for 101 interesting blog post ideas for nurses.read more
It is no surprise that prolonged stress damages the body. Yet many nurses are dealing with unchecked chronic stress for years or even decades. Still, the passion that many nurses have for helping others drives them to continue forward in their nursing careers. But who is helping nurses? Read more about simple ways nurses can manage stress so they can continue living a happy and healthy career in nursing.read more
It is so important for nurses to be prepared with the right nurse supplies to succeed at the job. I invested in a good pair of trauma shears about 5 years into my nursing career when I became an ER nurse. Dull shears are not good in an emergency and I wanted a great, non-disposable pair that performed well. Here are the top 5 trauma shears and bandage scissors on the market – from a nurse who actually uses them!read more
As a resource nurse who has worked in many specialties and units all over the hospital setting, I have discovered that I am an ER nurse at heart. Here are the reasons why I think working in the ER is better then med surg as a nurse.read more
Nurses work hard for the money. But they need to be saving more of it.
During my first few tumultuous weeks as a new grad nurse, a mentor with over 20 years of nursing experience gave me helpful advice. “Save your money now,” she said. “Automatic your savings so you don’t even see it. ” Everything in nursing is evidence-based. Are nurses ignoring the evidence that compounding interest is the secret to growing wealth slowly and ensuring their financial health into their golden years?