I’m not going to lie. For me, the monotony of life after a child is the least exciting part of being a parent. But that’s what kids need, a routine. 632 more words
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Hello! Today I’m departing from the usual opining and philosophizing to give you an update on my life!
After not getting a much-desired permanent faculty position at the community college where I have been teaching for the past four years (which shall remain nameless), I decided that rather than go back to cobbling together a semi-living from multiple low-paying, time-sucking adjunct gigs, I would go on the non-teaching job market this summer. 944 more words
By Maureen Shawn Kennedy, AJN editor-in-chief
Last month, we highlighted on Facebook a blog post I had written in 2010, “New Nurses Face Reality Shock in Hospital Settings – So What Else is New? 554 more words
If you’ve gone on several job interviews in a row, you might feel like you’re getting asked the same boring questions over and over… but that doesn’t mean you get to give boring answers. 27 more words