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Another month and another post about what I am loving this month! I find it so fun to find new products I adore or old favorites. This month we have a good mixture of beauty, food and even some nurse products.
Panning is huge all over Youtube and I love to watch videos of people and their progress. I have never partaken in a Pan Project so I figured I would give it a try in 2020. Something I started doing in late 2019 was throwing away and donating unwanted items in my makeup and beauty stash. I also am avoiding buying anything until I use up a product and it needs to be replaced. I have a lot of eyeshadow palettes so I want to try a Pan Project.
As a nurse or nursing student, you have plenty of things to worry about and your hair should not be one of them. As a new nurse I am always tired so I need quick styles that I can throw together so I can look great and get as much sleep as possible! I know you feel me! These 4 hairstyles are my go to and some more than others. I have seen nurses wear their hair down but I personally do not recommend this. It gets in the way plus think about all those germs and you do not want some one to grab your hair! Do not allow your hair to be a weapon against you that can cause you harm.
The holidays are approaching quickly and finding the perfect gift can be hard. I have put together a gift guide so you can find that perfect gift for the nurse or nursing student in your life. The gifts in this list are practical, meaningful and can be used in the workplace or outside the workplace. Even better…they are affordable. Happy Shopping!
Being a nursing student you are constantly reminded to show compassion and empathy for others, but many times we forget to the do the same for ourselves. Most days my health and personal well being is placed on the back burner. Why? When you get sick, you go to the doctor. When you get cut, you put a bandage on it. Maybe we need to start taking care of our bodies and minds the same way, with respect and self love. So as I am learning to practice self care, I challenge you to do the same. And do not forget this involves your physical body and your mental state. Let’s take those practices we learned in nursing school and adapt them to ourselves! Below I have included some great ways to get you started.