I agree with previous posts that you probably just need a break from all that hard work. Congratulations on your achievement!
Before I became passionate about nursing, I had thought about being a teacher. Maybe I was crazy, but I didn't have too many doubts about nursing going through school. Although, when I started my first med/surg job as a new grad, I had some serious doubts, and wasn't sure I liked nursing as much as I thought I would. I had a big dose of reality shock, I guess. I sent away for information about teaching credential programs, but kept on plugging away at nursing. I wasn't ready to give up yet. I changed hospitals, and switched specialties 3 times in the past 5 years. It turned out for me, that teaching kept coming back in my mind. Now, after having at least tried several areas of nursing, I know that I REALLY want to try teaching & am back in school to do just that. I know my excellent nursing skills will serve me well in the equally challenging world of education.
However, I hope you give nursing a chance. The first year can be rough for new grads, so give yourself time. It's tough being new. There are so many areas of nursing you can explore. Who knows, you might find your niche & love it! As for me, it turns out I am really wanting to move on to something different (not teaching nursing, but teaching kids), and if that becomes your mindset later on, it's okay too!
Life is an adventure, and we never know what's out there until we take a chance. Good luck in your career! You worked hard to get where you are, so pat yourself on the back! :roll