Nurse Mom Life
Nurse Mom Life
NURSE MOM LIFE
Working the night shift is never easy. Add a kid or two to the mix and it becomes even that much more difficult. Here are three helpful tips for night shift parents to thrive in career and family.
As a working mom and nurse who works 12 hour shifts, I know I will be gone for very large chunks of time. So I do my best to make sure things are properly set up at home for my family and myself the day before. Additionally, as a ER nurse I know how important it is that I take good care of myself so I can continue to give the best possible care to my family and patients. After all, I can’t expect others to listen to my health education if I don’t take my own advice and stay healthy too. Here are my top 3 priorities for keeping myself and my family healthy as a nurse who works 12 hour shifts.
Nurses work extremely hard to care for patients. Yet when they have a baby of their own they barely have time to bond with them before they head back to work. Add the financial strain into the mix and it can become very stressful and overwhelming. Here are 8 actionable tips about how to financially prepare for maternity leave as a nurse.
By taking proper precautions and always putting safety first, working as a nurse while pregnant is possible. Here are 9 helpful tips for pregnant nurses.
At work you are busy caring for patients, organizing plans of care, giving life-saving treatments, advocating for patients, all while continuing to make them feel safe and well-cared for. Now its time to apply your nurse time management skills at home. After all, nurses know more then anyone about how to prioritize the most important tasks first. Our patients lives often depend on it. Here are simple and helpful time-saving tips for the nurse who is also a mother.