I am on a critical care unit as a new grad for a little over 9months. I was an intern on the unit for a year, and was lucky to be one of the first new grad hires in critical care in the entire hospital, in over three years. The job isn't bad, and I am not nervous....I just don't like the chaos of it. The fast paced nature is not me. I am a second degree student, who has worked in psych for over twelve years. I prefer a more manageable job, with less chaos. I am going back to school in a few months for my NP, that is the only reason I transferred from an IVY league Pre-medical post baccalaureate program to nursing in the first place. I was originally going to go to medical school and be a psychiatrist, but with being married and a child on the way...a Psych NP seemed more appropriate. So now I have applied for a float position at a much smaller hospital, and will have the opportunity to float amongst Med Surg units and possibly get cross trained in the Maternity Unit(which I really liked and wanted when in school). Am I crazy...?...Am I just thinking the grass is always greener on the other side?