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Emily Larabell
The "Social Media Queen"

Challenges in Nursing: How to Overcome Them

Posted January 11, 2021
Nursing is a difficult profession and isn’t for everyone. Some major challenges that present themselves include nurse shortage, exposure to illness, workplace violence, and much more. Let’s have an open [...] Read More
Emily Larabell
The "Social Media Queen"

4 Skills Every Nurse Should Have

Posted January 4, 2021
These four skills are more than just skills your middle school math and english teacher preached about developing throughout your adolescence. These are skills that could be the difference between [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

7 Ways Nurses Can Take Care of Their Mental Health

Posted December 28, 2020
The importance of your mental health can often be overlooked. It doesn’t necessarily scream out to us like an aching knee or bad back. However, keeping your mind healthy is [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

2020 YEAR OF THE NURSE – December EDITION

Posted December 1, 2020
What type of nurse are you? I am a long term care nurse with rehab experience. How long have you been a nurse? I have been a nurse since 2013. [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

10 Best Gifts for Nurses

Posted November 30, 2020
There are many unique gift options for nurses. However, finding the perfect one may feel a little daunting. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!  In this blog, we are going [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

2020 Year of The Nurse – November Edition

Posted November 1, 2020
What Type of Nurse Are you? I am a Neonatal Intensive Care Nurse but have also been a labor and Delivery, Post-Partum, and Mother/Baby Nurse. How Long Have You Been [...] Read More
Emily Larabell
The "Social Media Queen"

Full Moon Chronicles

Posted October 26, 2020
‘Tis the season for scary stories! If you like participating in the spooky season, then we have a treat for you. We are adding to our Full Moon Chronicles series [...] Read More
Emily Larabell
The "Social Media Queen"

Nurse Humor: Funny Nursing Memes

Posted October 5, 2020
Some days we just need a little laugh to get us through! Our team created some nursing memes featuring our family pets. We hope these will bring a smile to [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

2020 YEAR OF THE NURSE – October EDITION

Posted October 1, 2020
WHAT TYPE OF NURSE ARE YOU? I am primarily a neuro/, IMU nurse but added travel nursing to my repertoire. HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN A NURSE?  I have been [...] Read More
Katie Dietz
The "Words Girl"

2020 Year of the Nurse – September Edition

Posted September 1, 2020
What type of nurse are you? I am a registered travel nurse that practices in mostly geriatric, long term care, hospice, and rehabilitation care. I have a background in cardiac, [...] Read More

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