best christmas gift

  1. :Santa1: Merry Christmas everyone! I wish everyone a safe and blessed holiday. I am very thankful this christmas, I graduated last week with my Associates Degree, and I am so very excited for me and my family. These last four years have been very hard on us, but now I can actually see the light at the end of the tunnel. Now I just have to prepare to take my state boards. I know I need to start atudying for them, but everytime I try I get distracted. Could it be I am finally burned out from studying? Anyone with any suggestions?
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  3. by   grammyr
    Take some time off and just PLAY!!!!
  4. by   nursey_girl
    Exactly... take a well deserved break, enjoy the holidays, and relax!! After the holidays, you will get a new breath and hit the floor running with a new excitment for NURSING... not nursing school!
  5. by   Ari RN
    I agree with the above poster!
    You need to chill out because your brain is completely FRIED!

    Congratulations! What a great Christmas Gift!
  6. by   Tweety
    Congrats. Enjoy the holidays!
  7. by   time4mydream
    congratulations! i too just passed my associate degree nursing program. i have decided to enjoy christmas, spend time with family and friends and after the new year i will hit the books studying for the NCLEX. everyone in nursing school deserves a break over the holidays. :Snow:
  8. by   angelsarch
    Congradulations to :smiley_aa Kblunt751 and :smiley_aa timefromydream

    :Melody: Have Many Happy, Joyful Christmases and New Years Holidays :Melody:

    :typing Angelsarch :spin:
  9. by   galenight
    congrats.. like everyone else said.. take time off.. not days... weeks.. then when you are ready to study then go ahead.. i found a book called Nursing bullets to be helpful... good luck
  10. by   OURN83
    I got to watch an old video of me as a kid. I realized how much I was still the same! I am still the dork I always was!
    I got to see myself 15 years ago and say, I am still the same person I used to be. It's amazing, I believe we are all born with a personality that stays with us our entire lives and we play such an important role being ourselves.
    I saw my grandfather who passed away due to parkinsons. It was painful to see my grandmother getting tears in her eyes. But it really makes me want to make every waking moment with my family one to treasure and never have to wonder if I cared enough.
    I understood something tonight, that we are all here assigned to a certain role, one which we can never change but yet we can find peace if we are at peace with ourselves and not try to be something else. It makes such a beautiful balance. What I experienced tonight is beyond words. I can't ask for anything more.
    Life is beautiful.
  11. by   meownsmile
    Congrats,, i agree take a little time over the holidays for yourself and family. As soon as the new year hits, get that ATT in get your date set,, and start studying until time to test. Dont wait, dont put it off with feelings of not having studied enough. The longer you wait the LESS fresh the information you just learned is in your head. Good luck and heres to a prosperous new year for you and your family.
  12. by   SmilingBluEyes

    now go enjoy some down time. You EARNED it.