Jewelry, Nursing Must Haves, House Cleaning | August 2021 Favorites

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Why Nurses Wear Scrub Caps | Featuring NYA Scrub Caps

Disclaimer: A gifted partnership with NYA Scrub Caps. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Nurses and many healthcare professionals wear items such as scrubs, gloves and other forms of protective wear, so why not a scrub cap? Scrub caps keep hair out of the face, protect hair strands from falling onto surfaces and protect both the patient and the nurse.

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Nursing scrubs & What I wore today//Day 3

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If you work in healthcare or are a fellow nurse then you know wearing scrubs is the best thing ever! No staring blankly into your closet every morning stressing over what to wear. I love rolling out of bed and taking my pajamas off just to put more pajamas on! That is a little dramatic but if you find the right scrubs they are buttery soft and comfortable. There are so many options today so you have no excuse for boxy uncomfortable work wear.

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Inspirational mantras and affirmations for nurses and nursing students

Mantras and affirmations are both powerful tools that can be used to positively effect the mind. They can be used to increase awareness and support the connection to the self. Use them to set your intentions and motivate yourself throughout the day. They can help you get through a tough time and inspire you to keep pushing. If you are looking for some new mantras or just want to get started here are some phrases to get you started.

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Basic work place etiquette for nurses: 5 simple ways to improve your professional etiquette

When you ponder the qualities needed to be a nurse or work in healthcare what is the first thing that comes to your mind? You are probably thinking critical thinking, clinical competence and even management qualities. Maybe your first thoughts are compassion, empathy, pays attention to details and communication skills. While these are necessary skills that you will build over time as a nurse we often forget about basic professional etiquette. This is not something you learn in college but is vital to building professional relationships in your career. Here are some basics you need to be implementing now!

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