Donate Your Gently Used Scrubs

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Have you ever thought about donating your gently used scrubs? If not, then you should. Back when I started working in the medical field I was allowed to wear whatever scrubs I wanted. Today that is not the case. Many healthcare companies require the staff to wear specific colors and possibly even specific brands. I am now required to wear a specific color. So I had no idea what to do with all these scrubs I accumulated over the years!

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My Favorite Stethoscopes

A common question I get asked all the time is “Which stethoscope do you prefer”? So, today we are talking all about my favorite stethoscopes and why I recommend them. I have worked in the medical field since 2010 and have always had a stethoscope by my side. Since the start of my career in the field I have only used two different stethoscopes. Trust me when you purchase a good quality stethoscope it will last you for years! The two I have purchased are the 3M Littmann Classic III and MDF MD One Stainless Steel Dual Head Stethoscope.

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My Favorite Mascara: Maybelline Lash Sensational

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Mascara is my number one and go to makeup product. You may not see me in a full face of makeup but I will probably have mascara on. Maybelline Lash Sensational is my #1 and all time favorite mascara product. Something about that rose gold metallic tube that calls my name. Can you tell I am obsessed? Just a little.

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Selling Back Textbooks

If you are a college student then you know textbooks are expensive. Most times after a class you will never use the books again so instead of letting them sit around and collect dust sell them! This is not a new concept and I think a lot of college students already do this. If you have never sold your textbooks then this post is for you! I am going to include some tips and ways to sell back your used textbooks.

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How I Prepared for NCLEX-RN

The NCLEX-RN is the last and final test to reach your goal of becoming a Registered Nurse. Once you graduate from nursing school (which is already such a huge accomplishment) this test will be used to determine your competency.  To pass the NCLEX you should create a study plan and gather materials. You should already have a good foundation from nursing school. This is why is is important to understand the concepts in school so you are not struggling during this time.  If you want to know how I passed the NCLEX in 75 questions then keep reading.

How I Prepared for NCLEX-RN
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