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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.
Latest on the Blog!
Latest on the Blog
If you aren’t using a nurse pocket organizer or medical utility bag to stay organized during nursing shifts then you need to check out this list. Nursing shifts can be insanely busy… do you really want to keep making extra trips back to the supply closet or med room for things you keep forgetting?read more
Water is essential for nurses to stay hydrated, maintain stamina and for overall health and well-being. Nurse health is as important as our patient’s health and must be prioritized to prevent dehydration during busy hospital shifts. Here are 6 easy ways to stay hydrated during nursing shifts.read more
Going back to work is hard, but leaving your baby in the hands of other is so much harder. The only thing you can do is prepare the best that you can (and remember, its probably way harder for you then it is for them!). Here is a list of essential items your nanny needs from you so you go back to work without worry.read more