I posted some stuff when I was a new nurse about 15 years ago. Funny to see my thoughts from back then. I can say that not everything in my nursing career has been peachy keen. But, I am still a nurse. I have done so many things since then. I finally decided what I wanted to do. And I see it was depression that made me hate everything. I do look back on my Navy days and I am thankful for all of the training and opportunity I had to learn different skills. Psych and oncology stick out the most. And home infusions/home health made me understand that I didn't want someone making my schedule or hovering over my shoulder. I finally went back to school and graduated in dec 2017 as a psych/mental health nurse practitioner. I then took a leap of faith (because I didn't want some physician making a ton of money off of me and making me work my fingers to the bone) and opened my own practice. Its been one of the hardest things I have done ( cause I have been everything from web designer, marketer, IT and ERH specialist, accountant, office assistant - goodness everything - , but I like not having to answer to anyone. Its so much to learn!! I am now looking for an office to begin my next phase of the plan. Lets see what happens next! And Never Give Up!!
You are one motivated individual with an uncanny ability to succeed!
I doff my proverbial hat to you! Both for your accomplishments AND for your ability to put 15 years of your life in one succinct paragraph!
Keep on keeping on!