Post # 1
Hi Bees! I just needed to share my excitement over getting into the nursing program that I’ve been working for for two years now after having left my Pharmacy school because it wasn’t for me! This means that my soon to be hubby and I can start TTC exactly two years from now!! (as opposed to more if I didn’t get in 😉 ).
Any other nurses here?!
Post # 5
Congrats!!!! So exciting!!! It’s a lot of hard work and it’ll be the journey of your life, but it’s also so very exciting (I’m a 3rd semester nursing student). Just don’t make the mistake I did and focus more on the wedding then studying.
Post # 6
Thanks so much ladies!! I actually will have my wedding before I begin. Praise the Lord I won’t be driving back and forth from home to school to work to the Fiance anymore. 🙂
Post # 7
Welcome to the sisterhood!
Post # 8
I’ll find out in june if i make it in for the fall 2012 semester or the winter 2013 semester! After a 2 year wait (so far) i’m sooooooo hoping i get in in the fall! CONGRATS!
Post # 9
Congrats on your acceptance!
Post # 10
Congrats! : ) I just graduated from my BScN program, and can already tell you that it is SUCH a rewarding career.
Post # 11
Congrats!! How exciting 🙂 Fiance and I both got into an accelerated nursing program starting in August so I feel your excitement 🙂
Post # 12
Congrats! I’m headed back to school in August for my MBA – and I totally know the feeling you’re having right now – I got it on Wednesday! Good luck!
Post # 13
Thanks so much for all of the words ofencouragement bees!! Ireader really knew whyio was so stressed, thought it was just classes, until I breathed a sigh of relief after getting in yesterday! Good luck to all of you ladies! 🙂 we can do this!
Post # 14
Congrats! I start nursing school in January! So exciting! Keep up all the hard work!
Post # 15
Congrats everyone! Nursing school is really hard and requires lots of time, BUT, it’s a great career choice and you will make it through! Congrats and good luck!
I will also say this…..START WORKING OUT! Seriously. I just herniated a disc in my back and have been out of work since December. Start doing core strengthening, stretching and weight-lifting (especially back exercises) NOW!!! This is a really common problem among nurses, one that can become a chronic injury if it’s not properly addressed. Proper body mechanics WILL NOT always be possible so you need to make sure that your body is strong enough to lift now….I wish someone told me to work out and stretch, not just make sure to “bend my knees and not lift with my back.” After 5 months as a nurse, I’ve already been out for 5 months. Not fun.
Post # 16
So exciting! I am starting my fourth semester this fall. It is so fun, hard but fun. Stick it out through the first weeks of endless lectures. Once you start clinical its all worth it.