Skin needling is an excellent way of refreshing your skin and addressing the damage done by our climate. Your skin will look brighter and more hydrated giving it a more youthful glow.Great as a one off if you're planning an occasion or as a package of treatments.
Haha! I survived the probation year sia 🤣🤣🤣🤣 thanks to family members and friends supports, officially a nurse in Singapore! It's not easy but every effort worths it ✌🏻#journeyasanurse#registerednurse#singapore
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For years I’ve dreamt of this day. Thinking it may never come. After the promise I made to my grandfather to continue to work hard at my dream To make it a future. A future as a qualified registered nurse working at the Lyell McEwin hospital as of 2018.
Thank you to everyone who has supported me and will continue to support me. Including Mum and dad and all my close friends, and university friends that have helped me become the nurse I am today. #future#registerednurse#graduation#gradposition#dreams#blessed
I had a 30 minute uninterrupted conversation today with one of my patients. A lot younger than what we are used to seeing on our stroke/PCU unit, and with a multitude of issues, both physically and mentally. Some times all a patient really needs at the moment is someone to listen to them and talk with them about the care they are getting, what we are actually doing for them, and encourage them by letting them know they are slowly improving day by day. I made the point to say that it is a TEAM effort between us healthcare workers and HIM the patient. I brought in the sense of “teamwork” during our conversation to help make him feel just as important to his recovery as the nurses and doctors, rather than making him feel like a helpless patient who’s just laying around while we push meds and send him down for scans and tests. I wanted him to understand that his efforts are just as important to his recovery as our interventions. It was a great way to end my 3 BACK to BACK to BACK 12 hour shifts, knowing that I was able to connect with this patient and hopefully make a real impact on his life. Thank you Lord for such an amazing career 🙌🏼 now excuse me while I sleep for the next 24 hours straight haha 😴😴 #nurse#nurselife#rn#registerednurse#god#motivate#inspire#sunset#sony#a6000#photography
Travel nurses have MORE fun! 🤗 📸 @eastontomak
HEY nursing friends!! This past year I decided to take my first travel nursing contract. Long story short, it changed my life. I basically pick a state, sign a contract with a hospital that needs me, and go. Travel expenses paid. It's been a literal dream and I can't believe I was once satisfied living in Johnstown, Pennsylvania. All you need is one year of experience in your specialty. Along with the opportunity to travel, you will double your salary and make WELL over $100,000 per year. I've never met a traveling nurse making under that number. Personally, I only choose areas with high pay packages so it's really up to you to set your earning potential. I work with an amazing company that goes above and beyond to get me where I want to go (hence my current situation in HAWAII). If you're interested in expanding your nursing career or have questions about how it works, DM me and I’ll hook you up with my dude Kyle. - @eastontomak
You know that feeling?..
You know, the one where you’re like, “MotherFACK, I did it again”! Or the one where you’re like, “YO LIFE WHY you gotta keep dealing me the same shitty card?!”
Like life is happening TO you, as opposed to, for you.
It makes you want to question everything you’re doing, to pull back into your comfort zone of safety and certainty, and to stay stuck where you are, with a poor me attitude.
A couple months ago, I was there, in the thick of a déjà vu shitstorm, if you will.
In the moment, little did I know, life surely WAS happening FOR me.
Showing me again, and again, and again, ANNNDDDD again, where I’m stuck in life. In work. In coaching. In my health. For months, some for even years, I continually chalked it up as, I just need to work harder, with longer hours. I just need to have more will power, more discipline, more restriction. I just need to give more, be more, do more.
When in reality, I just needed to stop trying so damn hard. I needed to listen and learn, so I could move forward.
And so in these past couple months, that’s where and what this woman has been up to, off the grid, unplugged, living and learning — a lot has changed, and yet I feel more me than I’ve ever been.
The moral of the story, my friend, if sh*tstorm’s keep repeating themselves, stop trying so hard to get rid of them, to run from them, to fix yourself, you are not broken — try stepping back, breathe into it... what is it showing you, you have a lesson to learn, what is it?
I suspect it is hard to love a nurse. We get up early We come home late and are too tired to cook. We work extra because we know there are sick people who need us. We miss weekend events, holidays, birthdays. We don't get too excited over your minor "boo-boo". We have seen far worse. We don't always want to talk when we come home. We have talked all day. We don't always want to move when we come home. We have moved all day. It may seem that we have left all our caring, our heart, and our love at work, then have come home to you empty. We probably have. I guess it is hard to love a nurse, but know this: Your nurse still needs your love. Needs your understanding. Needs to know that you "get it". Needs to be the one taken care of every once and a while. Needs someone else to take charge of the details (PLEASE) because constantly doing everything themselves is exhausting. Sometimes she/he needs their feet rubbed. She/he needs a shoulder to cry on when they can't even tell you why they're grieving. She/he needs you to do the hardest work you may ever take on, which is...to love a nurse.
I would like to thank those of you out there who love us and let us do this work, this calling, this life: NURSING
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