Mother Nurse Love
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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.
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.
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.
Breast feeding can be hard for a new mom (it certainly was for me!). Then, when I finally got the hang of it, my maternity leave was almost over and I had a whole new problem to figure out: How am I supposed to continue breastfeeding while working as a busy registered nurse? Well, its been one year and I am still pumping successfully as a nurse working in the emergency department. The #1 thing I have learned is that if you don’t plan ahead, pumping at work as a nurse can be extremely difficult. But with the right pumping tools and a lot of determination you will find that you can make pumping fit right into your busy nursing schedule! Here are 8 pumping essentials that nurses need to pump at work.
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.