Grades or a Job - Decisions - page 2
I went on an interview today for a non-licensed position in radiology. I didn't actually apply for the job, but they pulled me out of "the file" (Yes, the file is real! I always thought it was code... Read More
0May 2, '13 by Stephalump, RNAshley, thank you so much for your response! It really brightened my day
I think nursing school has changed our lives so dramatically, I've been hesitant to bring another big change to the family. But people do it every day and survive (and succeed), so I'm going to go into it with a positive attitude and see where my new journey takes me!
0May 2, '13 by Stephalump, RNQuote from MierKatThank you so much for the advice! I immediately looked over at my husband and told him it's time to hire a cleaning service to come twice a week I'm also going to try the pre-packaged meal idea. At the very least it'll save us from eating out more than we already do.Stephalump, I went to grad school part-time while working 45+ hours a week. I had two kids in elementary school and a non-helpful spouse (with a serious, potentially fatal diagnosis around the same time). So my tips are to use your earnings to outsource as much as you can and prioritize. Hire a cleaning person, a "mothers' helper" or get pre-made meals from Costco or Whole Foods or something like that. Have groceries delivered via amazon dot com or safeway. Cut corners wherever you can. Arrange car-pools for soccer praticeand dance class. Prioritize your kids, spouse and grades and let the rest go. It's great that your hubby wants to spend time with you.
Good luck! You'll be an RN before you know it!
Life is going to be absolute chaos (it feels like it already is!) but you're right...it'll be over before I know it
Thanks again everyone for your responses!