As I farewelled my teenage years and entered the fandom of being twenty-something, I thought I’d have life figured out during the first blimp of being 30-something.
We both know you're at a standstill at the forked pathway in your life and have spent the past few months and years working incredibly hard to be where you are.
Upon reflection, I realise I have not only grown up in the sense of becoming a fully-fledged twenty-something year old woman with a permanent part time job and bills that seem to be draining the bank account more often than money actually goes in....
I would discover the foundation to nursing was really about and what it took being listed as a Registered Nurse. Not including how one can survive the evening shift, particularly when it is a full moon, you are the only RN to 2 EENs' and you’ve got 99 residents’ not only losing their shit. Both in metaphorical and physical terms
It would these feelings of fear, accomplishment and distrust that would bring it to my attention, my underlying need and desire to have answers for the boiling questions regarding medicine and healing the human body that I started seeking answers.
The next four years, we will juggle multiple lectures and assignments from the burning depths of hell, social outings that’ll result in a deep involvement with Netflix while learning how to smile through the pain.
Instead of socialising, joining groups and developing lifelong friendships, I found myself struggling to form friendships with peers in class. As a result, often found myself eating alone. Here's 4 Tips On How To Stop Feeling Lonely At College.
Where do I begin? Must admit Dearest Reader, this question has been a favourite of mine since the get go and no doubt for the remaining years of my writing capabilities, I shall be asking myself that on a regular basis. Just like that, I once again find myself repeating the same question as to…