Hello friends! Hope you’re having a lovely and peaceful start to May. Spring is finally starting to show itself more consistently, thank goodness! This week is Nursing Week in Ontario – a time of celebration for all the nurses for their hard work and outstanding dedication and committment to the health and well-being of others. I … More Happy Nursing Week – Q&A: Pediatric Nurse, Farah Warsi, on managing the daily challenges of being an ER nurse without falling apart.
So the name of my blog, Riding the Train of Life, is an analogy to illustrate the concept of us coasting through life always striving to better ourselves and fulfill our goals. But the path is never always a smooth one. Like an actual train, sometimes there are going to delays, or diversions from your … More How You React is Key When Life Throws You a Curveball
Are you one of those people that can’t sit still for too long without feeling uneasy or restless? Are you always paranoid about getting everything done yesterday? And is the holiday rush only adding to the feeling of “go go go”? Join the club! The best analogy to describe this feeling ties in with the … More Always on the go? Here are four ways to take it easy.
It’s no secret that every job comes with its own degree of stress. In a previous blog post, I talked about dealing with the stress of a toxic work environment, but many of the characteristics outlined in the post were in the context of an office job and may not necessarily apply to other types … More Q&A: Pediatric Nurse, Farah Warsi, on managing the daily challenges of being an ER nurse without falling apart.
You know Old Man Winter is on his way when you look out your window at 6pm and it’s pitch black. Are you generally a happier person when the days are longer and the sun is shining bright right up until 9pm? Does a feeling of doom and gloom overcome you during the fall and … More Are you S.A.D? Four Tips on How to Beat the Seasonal Blues