Have you ever made a mistake before? It's alright to nod your head and keep reading because you are definitely not alone. Maybe your mistakes have been minor or maybe they have changed your whole life. It is incredibly difficult to accept the mistakes in our lives and move past them. Instead we always think about the "what ifs." We long to know what could have happened if we had just done one thing differently. I know I wonder. I have made mistakes in my life that I thought I could never get passed. I thought that my past defined me. I thought that people would never be able to see beyond the mistakes I had made.
Then I started thinking about what the word "mistake" really meant and realized that I don't necessarily believe in "mistakes." Suddenly, I didn't long to time travel back to my mess-up's and change history because without those "mistakes" I might not have ever made it to where I am now. Through my "mistakes" I understood God's grace and His unconditional love for His people and you could not pay me to be anywhere but where I am now. It wasn't easy, but it was worth it.
Here is a #motivationalmonday pic for all of all of my followers who follow me for my nursing journey 😃
I started off as a charge nurse back in 2014 and now an LVN, Minimal Data Specialist (MDS) / Care Coordinator. One of my nursing school friends’ mom, who was a Director of Nursing, helped me land my first job as a Charge Nurse. After a year of experience, I moved out on my own with the help of my cousin @frankie_ec and enjoyed working at Santa Monica. Now almost 5 years later and I’m promoted from treatment nurse to MDS!! Nursing has been a thrill!! I have grown into a very fine nurse and I couldn’t be so proud of myself. If I told my 2014 charge nurse self that I was going to get this far, I probably wouldn’t have believed it because the first few months of being a nurse was a struggle of learning how to balance time, charting and med pass. In May I will be going to school for my RN (finally) and I am extremely excited for my future ahead. I want to thank my current DON for believing in me and allowing me to step out of my comfort zone to expand my knowledge. I hope this post motivates you in some way 💕 and if you’re going to medical school.. YOU GOT THIS!
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