What Are the Best Scrubs for Nurses That Are Pregnant or Nursing?

I went through 2 pregnancies and nursing of babies as a nursing student/nurse. Knowing what maternity scrubs to buy and where to buy them was a challenge. I was also on a budget and didn’t want to spend a lot of money on scrubs I would only wear for a few months. At the time, […]

Are You Cut Out For Nursing? Would you Make a Good Nurse?

Whether or not you are a nurse or hoping to become one, you may ask this question: Am I cut out for nursing? Or, would I make a good nurse? You are not alone in asking this question. I sometimes ask myself the same thing! It is common as a new nurse or after a […]

7 Strange Truths About the Hospital

As you may know, I am a Registered Nurse. I work on a busy medical floor in a large hospital. After working there for nearly 3 years I have grown accustomed to the hospital environment. I have realized though that a hospital is a strange place. There are things about it that are anything but ordinary. […]

Raising Awareness of Kidney Disease: Thoughts From A Kidney Nurse

Today is World Kidney Day! In honor of this special day, I thought I would share my thoughts about kidneys and also raise awareness of kidney disease and failure. I worry about my kidneys a lot. Probably more than the average person (the average person might not even know what the kidneys do). This is because […]