Self-Care Tips for Any Nurse

Burnout is a common occurrence in the medical field. It’s caused by excessive and prolonged stress and often results in exhaustion and feelings of being overwhelmed and emotionally drained. Unable to meet the constant demands of medicine, a nurse experiencing burnout may also suffer from long-term changes to their health making them vulnerable to illnesses…


Your Diet Is Important! Tips to Maintaining a Healthy Diet With a Hectic Schedule

The food you eat is a foundational pillar to maintaining optimal health. As a nurse, it’s easy to get caught up in a hectic schedule between work and home, completely forgetting your own nutritional needs. However, this type of eating habit will soon catch up with you, often leading to a greater number of colds,…


Burnout is Real! Learn How to Keep Yourself Motivated and Fresh at Work

Burnout is a reality in a profession where you spend 8 to 10 hours every working day caring for people who are sick, disabled and dying. While the profession is incredibly rewarding and offers benefits no one outside of nursing could understand, it’s also important you recognize the potential for burnout in order to avoid…