Public Health Series: The Aging Population

Hey guys! Can I just say..what a whirlwind these past two weeks were? Essentially, I just finished my 2nd block in my ABSN program and without a break (well, ok, a 1 hour lunch break), we went right into the 3rd and last block of our first semester. Crazy right? This isn’t a nursing blog… Continue reading Public Health Series: The Aging Population

Public Health Topic of the Month: Health in All Policies

Greetings readers! Happy Tuesday! I am in the middle of week 4 now in my nursing program. I must say that time is going, at least for me, in warp speed. As I had some time to really look into nursing care, the most evident topic that came up with the new presidency, is the… Continue reading Public Health Topic of the Month: Health in All Policies

ABSN: Why I chose an accelerated tract for nursing

Hey guys! Happy Friday! So as you know, on Monday, I shared with you all the great news of being accepted into Samuel Merritt University’s (SMU) Accelerated Bachelors of Science in Nursing (ABSN) program and am waitlisted for the Entry Level Masters of Nursing (ELMSN) for FNP at the same school. So, I found out… Continue reading ABSN: Why I chose an accelerated tract for nursing

Public Health’s Annual Meeting #APHA2016: My Reflections

Hey guys! I hope you all have been enjoying my 30 Day Challenge revolving around gratitude. Let me know if you want me to do more of these 30 Day challenges, as I’m open to trying out new things. The whole point of the 30 Day Challenge is for my own personal development, but at… Continue reading Public Health’s Annual Meeting #APHA2016: My Reflections

The Info Session: Why go when technology shows us what we need to know?

As an alumni of college for over 5 years, when you hear that there are information sessions to potential schools that you are applying to the automatic thought that comes to mind is: Should I go? When you’re working an 8 hour job and you’re a lot older than those who do actually go to… Continue reading The Info Session: Why go when technology shows us what we need to know?

Career Expansion Above 30

When I chose at the age of 30 to expand on my career as opposed to changing my career, which, I’ll explain later, I had the momentary thought that I was crazy. Now in the 3rd decade of my life, many my age would honestly be settling down. By this, I mean 1) Married, 2)… Continue reading Career Expansion Above 30