The Nurses Station

Diabetes: What’s Your Type?

We all know someone who suffers from diabetes. Whether it is you or a loved one, diabetes has impacted all of our lives in some way at some point. In honor of Diabetes Awareness Month, I thought that it would be valuable to shed some light on the chronic condition that affects so many lives… Continue reading Diabetes: What’s Your Type?

Lifestyle and Beauty

It’s The Detox For Me: Why Detoxing Can Help You Reset Your Mind, Body, and Goals

Photo by Sean Hayes on Pexels.com Anyone who knows me knows I love a good Monday. Monday to me is the day of the week where possibilities seem endless, new beginnings can emerge, and whatever seemed to be holding me back the week before had just a little less grip. Sure, you can look at… Continue reading It’s The Detox For Me: Why Detoxing Can Help You Reset Your Mind, Body, and Goals

Quote of the Day

Quote of the Day: Choices

“Don’t underestimate the odds of your future pains by overestimating the value of your present pleasures.”Dan Gilbert During a TED Talks titled “Why We Make Bad Decisions”, I couldn’t help but feel ashamed at how careless we can be when making decisions for ourselves. In a world that is ever-changing and options are endless, we… Continue reading Quote of the Day: Choices

Lifestyle and Beauty

Top 5 Things Your Job’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Should Have

As I continue my quest in occupational health nursing, I’ve come to agree with idea that a healthy employee is a productive employee. Think about it, if you had to deal with complex and stressful issues both inside and outside of work, wouldn’t that eventually affect your work performance? Most large organizations recognize that the… Continue reading Top 5 Things Your Job’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Should Have

The Nurses Station

“I See Your Call Light is On…How Can I Help You?”

As I approached the door, I sighed heavily and entered hesitantly. I can't recall the exact number of times I went inside that room during my first overnight shifts as a new nurse, but I could've sworn I noticed an imprint of my sneakers forming in the floor. Throughout that night, this patient had an… Continue reading “I See Your Call Light is On…How Can I Help You?”