Grooming and dressing up takes so much time...

  1. Admit it. You know you take too long to prepare for school.

    On average how long does it take you to get ready for school/classes. If you had online classes would you still "prepare" yourself for classes?



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  2. 13 Comments

  3. by   writed
    I'm thinking about laminating my flash cards so I can study in the shower.
  4. by   GitanoRN
    now that's what i call enthusiasm...lol
  5. by   Always_Learning
    Hahaha...so sad...and so true.
  6. by   Wrench Party
    I skip things like shaving and plucking eyebrows so I can get to bed faster after a long day
    of classes and clinical! :spin:
  7. by   That Guy
    Same time it takes to get ready for work ~15 minutes ha ha. Short hair, showering the night before and a permanent short beard helps a lot.
  8. by   Phoenixbyrd
    Wow. I am so so glad this is a meme. I have become a certified slob...
  9. by   WorldTravelingYogi
    I wear scrubs or work out clothes. I have short hair and I don't wear make-up to school. So considering I would shower every day and do my face routine in the morning and evening no matter what to stay young an beautiful the only thing that takes time is driving to school which is 7 miles.
  10. by   beautiful901
    Flashcards and highlighters are my new best friends! I retain more if I use flashcard more so than reading print outs.
  11. by   reagansm
    Admittedly, I used to shower every day. Since I started perming my hair I can go every other day. When I am not working or going to class, it turns into every 3 days sometimes. But I always, wash my face, brush my teeth and do something with my hair, otherwise I would be too uncomfortable to study!
  12. by   LinaE
    lol. That is sooo funny. I love it.
  13. by   ♑ Capricorn ♑
    Daily showers, yes. Getting all dolled up everyday, prolly not. It can take me hours to get ready if I really wanted too or even just 10 minutes. I can't speak for online nursing classes because I won't have any.
  14. by   KeepHopeAlive420
    When I used to work, I did that. I worked for a pharma manufacturer and we had to enter sterile rooms with no exposed skin where IV meds being placed into their vials. At the end of my time there they put us on "continuous monitoring" meaning someone from my lab had to be in the filling areas at all times. So I covered my notes with plastic protectors, sprayed them down with "spor-klenz" and studied while I sat there.

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