So i graduated school last month, took the boards last friday, and found out yesterday that I passed. OMG. I'm still in shock/denial/ecstasy/totally overwhelmed.
But over the past 24 hours I have found that I keep having this crazy monologue in my head about what i can and can't do now that i'm a nurse.
I need new scrubs
... I'm a nurse.
I have to lose weight... I'm a nurse.
I need to get a better routine in the morning... nurses have it all together.
I need to get my finances in order.... because I'm a nurse now and that's what nurses do....
hahaha. It seems that I have wanted to be a nurse for SO LONG- about 15 years to be exact, that it has also morphed into a huge all encompassing life goal for me. YES these are things to work toward of course, but I don't know why I've rolled BEING A NURSE into HAVING MY LIFE TOGETHER.
Please tell me that you're not all perfect people who get up early to watch the sunrise, slowly sip your coffee, never oversleep, have all your finances in order, and are the perfect weight!