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How Much Milk Does Baby Need, Anyway?

The younger your baby is, the more likely he is to fall asleep while feeding. But it’s important to keep waking him up to keep that nutrition going in, which seems simple enough until you’ve actually… 947 more words


97 victims

Most of us entered nursing to heal, to help, to try and save lives whenever we can. There are some people in our field that have joined for all the wrong reasons. 198 more words


Yeah, I use a bottle and formula. And?

You know, I have thought long and hard about whether or not to write a post about bottle feeding and using formula for John-Wyatt. It is SUCH a touchy subject for us mommies. 1,210 more words

Bottle Feeding

The Mother of Modern Nursing

“When I am no longer a memory, just a name, I hope my voice may perpetuate the great work of my life.”

Florence Nightingale, 30th July 1890…

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The Art of Being Me

Anyone who has experienced shift work understands how the days easily roll into a crazed, sleep-work pattern that completely messes with your circadian rhythm.
A few years post graduation from nursing school, I decided to pick locum hours in order to be able to afford the humongous student bills which had accumulated whilst in the meantime also being able to support my parents and siblings, me being somewhat in a first born role and with a proper African extended family to boot. 1,253 more words


The Truth About Travel Nursing and MONEY!

Okay guys, we have to have a serious talk about something. A few things actually.  The first being why in the world people feel it’s okay to just blatantly ask people about their income.   1,073 more words


#150Leaders Reading 2018

On the 5th – 6th March 2018, myself and another first-year adult nursing colleague and friend, Dawne Jones, attended the Council of Deans of Health Student Leadership Programme launch in Reading at the Penta Hotel. 1,129 more words