Hi, wasabiRN, and welcome to allnurses!
You need time to learn to acclimate to being an RN. Then, when you go back to get a BSN you will be able to concentrate on the coursework and it will be more enriching for you. The BSN is going to enhance and deepen your knowledge, most likely, of leadership, patient management and communication skills. I went back for my BSN after being an RN for 8 years so I was able to focus on my studies. It was an awesome and eye-opening two years. And, the facility I worked for noticed the change in me because I got promoted to a supervision position almost right away when I graduated. And, let me tell you, those leadership and communication skills I learned in my BSN program really came in handy. While we did touch on these subjects in my ADN program, it was not to the depth and extent that we did in the BSN coursework.