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Maternity Leave For Nurses: How To Save Money

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.  So what is a nurse who is also a brand new mom to do? Read to learn more about the 8 helpful ways you can save money for maternity leave…

Working As A Nurse While Pregnant

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. Take care of yourself first, mama…

Pregnant Nurse Precautions To Consider At Work

As an ER nurse who delivered my second baby in early 2018,  I have done a lot of research about occupational hazards that pregnant nurses must be aware of when working at the hospital.  My intent was to make sure that it was safe for me to continue working in such a physically demanding environment with so many potential occupational hazards. Pregnant nurses shouldn’t be afraid to work in the hospital.  In fact, I am so glad that I was able to continue working safely because it helped me save money for maternity leave.  Read on see how you can stay safe and healthy while working as a pregnant nurse…

I’m 28 Weeks! How This Pregnancy Is Different From My First

I am 28 weeks pregnant and officially in my final trimester. While I do love some aspects of pregnancy, there are a lot of differences between my first and second time around. Oh the joys…

The Joys Of Pregnancy At 24 Weeks

I am happy to announce that our pregnancy is entering its 24th week! Our little boy is growing faster by the day and weighs about 1.2 pounds. In a few more weeks I will be starting the 3rd and final trimester. I talk about many of the joys of pregnancy I get to experience during my 24th week in this post…

Pregnancy Brain: Is It Real?

Is “pregnancy brain” real? Like many pregnant moms I am finding myself being unusually forgetful, feeling more mentally foggy, and even using the wrong words in conversation. This article discusses the normal brain changes that occur during pregnancy and how these changes may be nature’s way of transitioning women into motherhood. In fact, pregnancy brain may actually be a good thing…