Hi Nurse Friends,
I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving and start to your holiday season. I know that life is busy right now for me and I am sure for all of you
I'm switching lanes but want to vent. I am...so...sick..of hearing...seeing...and living Covid at every turn... day in and day out! What about you?
It makes me wonder, what did we do before Covid? There must not have been any news, work stress or worries, right? Yeah, right. But it sure seems that way.
With the ERs and hospitals overrun (and not all by Covid patients), I am sure that we are ignoring many non-Covid health problems and conditions. I know that our nation's mental health is in a steep decline through all of this and needs some serious attention.
The race to conquer and manage Covid sometimes seems to be to the exclusion of all other conditions and patients, unfortunately. At least the press makes it appear that way :(
I'm not downplaying the travesty of Covid that we all have seen. I just am so SICK of it!
Anyways, the purpose of my BLOG today is specifically intended to be the opposite of the dreary and heavy topic of Covid.
As you may know, one of my weekly writing contracts is with a publication for nursing education. A while back, I wrote a light nursing article that was fun to compose but I thought it was a bit silly. However, I have had a ton of people interested in the content. (That is probably why my editor is so smart and successful:)
So I figured maybe it is worthwhile for Nurses Need Care Too blog readers to take a glance at.
So I am sharing my article How Nurse Practitioners Can Become Millionaires? – 10 Simple Steps with you today. I hope it will help to take you out of your Covid funk for a few minutes and look beyond the day-to-day grind.
"How Nurse Practitioners Can Become Millionarirres" has 10 simple steps that can be applied to any nurse and most professions.
I hope that you enjoy this light but informative piece.
Written By: Donna Reese MSN, RN, CSN
My husband was shocked that I agreed to write that piece as I am the least interested person in money, finance and anything to do with numbers. But I learned a lot too while writing it!
If I don't get a chance in the next few weeks, I want to wish you a wonderful holiday season; happy Hanukkah and Merry Christmas!
Well-being and blessings to all of you! And THANK YOU for being a nurse and being there for your patients in whatever capacity you work.
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