Two essential components of wellness. Recognizing how our body is functioning and communicating symptoms and treatment side effects with our healthcare team. I’m proud to partner with Med-IQ to help generate awareness and ideas on how to communicate effectively with your healthcare team, or to support a loved one in the process.
This is a sponsored post with Books That Heal to share these stories and partner to raise awareness for this organization and these amazing families. All opinions are 100% honest and my own. I will never forget graduating from nursing school, passing my [...]
Communicating about cancer can be a powerful tool in disarming some of the fear surrounding cancer-related distress. Here are some ways to manage cancer-related stress for patients and caregivers.
Does the Gixo fitness app help me find time to work out at home and stay accountable with my fitness goals? Read my blog post about the benefits of this fitness app.
Specializing in reproductive medicine and endocrinology as a registered nurse for over ten years, I have seen and heard amazing family-building stories. I’ve also listened and felt the struggles; I’ve seen the stress, confusion, and financial burden that can take a toll. The good news [...]
I developed parenting strategies for a dyslexic child over time, through experience, and as a parent. My emotional range included worry, fear, uncertainty, relief, empowerment, and confusion following the dyslexia diagnosis of my child. This is a sponsored post in partnering with Educents. Educents.com offers innovative [...]
Thank you to Smitten Scrubs for sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own. I'm sitting here in my home office with a cup of tea, reviewing my day and the time blocks I set up to accomplish various tasks. I got the kids off [...]
I had planned to post this within the first few days of 2018, but cold and flu season came rushing in and managed to take us down. While we are finally feeling better, it was a few rough weeks of sniffles, aches, fever, cough, and [...]
Often, in my observations as a registered nurse, I have seen how resilient people can be. Through the most challenging health circumstances, patients of all ages can rally and respond to support and care. But when I refer to resilience and strength, I'm applying it [...]
Lice. I'm not a fan of bugs, particularly when they are crawling around little heads! As a nurse, I've seen some things, but Lice just makes my skin crawl. As parents, we are all in this together, so here are some facts and tips on [...]