Hi guys,I am a new grad, and I recently started my first ever nursing job! Due to the lack of jobs in the city where I grew up, I took up an offer in a rural area...with the hopes that I will learn lots there and then use that experience to go back to a city job. I will end my orientation soon.And I'm just not sure what's happening to me, but there are days where it's so good that I feel super confident being on my own, and then there are days where it's so bad that I wonder how and why I passed nursing school, nevermind the licencing exam. I just don't know what's happening to me.Case in point: today at work I broke so many MRSA rules that I never imagined myself breaking. I also left a pt's bed way up high (luckily, no falls happened). I didn't get around to doing all the assessments for all my patients and the nurse orientating me had to pick up after me. Charting was way behind, and I don't think I charted everything that I needed to chart. Planning was a mess and went out of the window. It didn't help that the nurse that I was orientating with was on my back for everything and she kept on telling me how behind I am and how much i need to pick up the pace. I know that she's right...but I just don't know HOW to do those things. So...I guess I'm just asking for some advice here. How on Earth am I possibly going to go to be able to get all my meds, assessments, charting, have my day and routine interrupted and still stay on top of things? As well as keeping my head on? Thanks in advance.P.S: I know things will get better (from reading posts on here), but right now, I just feel like I'm doomed to fall before I even spread my wings.