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Nurses, are you giving yourself enough credit?

by Beth Hawkes, MSN, RN-BC, HACP Are you giving yourself enough credit? For all you do, for all you’ve accomplished, for all you are? Chances are… you aren’t. What’s funny is, you probably are giving enough well-deserved credit to others! As an example of … Continue reading

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Applying the Law of Attraction to Nursing Practice & Patient Safety

I’ve been doing a lot of reading and writing on abundance lately, as each month my business focuses on one aspect of our well-being. This post isn’t all about abundance, but in my research I have found some valuable lessons … Continue reading

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Nursing Stories that Forever Change Us…

By Elizabeth Scala I used to come home every single day exhausted, angry, and depressed. I’d either flop onto the couch, go out for Happy Hour, or head right to sleep. We ate fast food, drank soda at every meal, … Continue reading

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