Lately, I feel like my mind is in this constant "GO! GO! GO!" mode. It feels like, I barely have time to sit down and take a breath. If I catch myself relaxing, I get this gut-feeling that I should be planning something, organizing something, or creating new ideas to do something. I start re-doing... Continue Reading →


Before nursing school, I was a volunteer on a med-surg floor at the University of Washington Medical Center. I was in the middle of taking my prerequisites to apply to nursing school and one of the requirements was to have 100 hours of volunteering. On the unit, I restocked linen and supplies, changed patients' bedding, delivered... Continue Reading →


Happy New Year! Honestly, I have been unfaithful to not only my blog, but as well as to my followers. Last year, here were some of my accomplishments: Pursued my passion of helping sick children by changing patient populations working as a RN in the operating room Helped my loving mother achieve the American Dream - by helping... Continue Reading →


Besides Christmas, I've been having a pretty rough week. I left work early last Monday because I was absolutely miserable. Migraine. Body aches. Chills. Fatigue. Sore throat. Enlarged lymph nodes. I was a mess. I went to the doctor's the next day and was diagnosed with either mono or strep throat - both highly contagious. I... Continue Reading →

The Little Things

I woke up, not wanting to get out of my warm bed to get to work at 7AM this morning. I dreaded coming to work as I was driving on the freeway. I usually try to get to work a bit early to find street parking and I like to park facing the city buildings,... Continue Reading →

Public Health Clinical

Before heading down to the Public Health Dept., I decided to bus to downtown a bit early and take some pictures. My boyfriend got me a Canon Rebel T3i for Christmas and have been dying to use it downtown! I'm pretty sad it was a gloomy day in Seattle, but that's Seattle for you. Here are... Continue Reading →

Everyone Has a Story

I was taking down a patient from the Rehabilitation Unit down for an Interventional Radiology procedure. The nurse wasn't quite ready for the patient when I brought him down to the holding area, so she asked me to stay with him. I asked him about his life, how many kids he had, what they do,... Continue Reading →

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