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  • danalunde - Dana Lunde @danalunde 1 week ago
  • I ❤️ this picture bc it reminds me of how much my life has changed in 5 years!Growing up I always told myself to work hard so that when it came 🕰to have 👶🏻 ,I would be able to be @ 🏡w/them, pick them up from school and be involved in their lives,which is something I always longed to have as a child.Well, I did work hard and built my career as a NNP working12-24h shifts, nights, holidays, wknds which I loved & was driven to make a difference in my patient’s lives & in my workplace. Finding out I was pregnant🤰changed all of that, I was now focused on achieving my dream of being @home with my child, which I was able to do for a period of 🕰. After Henry was 6 months I decided to go back to work a few days a month but my drive and excitement for my profession that I had worked so hard to build was gone. I was done working long hours,spinning my wheels to make changes happen, & trading my time for 💰 In Jan 2017, I was introduced to Arbonne  and it completely changed my life! I started as a client and did the 30 Days to Healthy Living Program & had no intention of becoming a consultant. After 5 days I felt AH-MAZING & had so much more energy and was able to get rid of that sluggish brain fog feeling and lost 10 lbs! I decided to JUMP IN just to share it with others! Little did I know that I would promote to the 2nd of 4 levels of mgmt pretty quickly and it would re-ignite my excitement, passion and drive to help & serve others !😊Because of ARBONNE, I have created a stream of income that has allowed me to be that SAHM for Henry and not have to work crazy hrs, wknds & holidays! I achieved my goal of losing 60 pounds doing the 30 Day Program & I am becoming the best version of myself! Now I’m just over 2 yrs into my Arbonne business it has given me more than I ever thought possible. I have not only made enough $$$ to be a SAHM but I retired from my 20 year nursing career last fall. I am working towards my 3rd promotion now to earn 4-15k/month & a free white Mercedes! I am not stopping there, I will go to the 🔝of this company where the avg $$$ is 22k/month and NO ceiling! If u keep doing what ur doing where will u be in 5 years? If that ? haunts u, we need to chat I ❤️ this picture bc it reminds me of how much my life has changed in 5 years!Growing up I always told myself to work hard so that when it came 🕰to have 👶🏻 ,I would be able to be @ 🏡w/them, pick them up from school and be involved in their lives,which is something I always longed to have as a child.Well, I did work hard and built my career as a NNP working12-24h shifts, nights, holidays, wknds which I loved & was driven to make a difference in my patient’s lives & in my workplace. Finding out I was pregnant🤰changed all of that, I was now focused on achieving my dream of being @home with my child, which I was able to do for a period of 🕰. After Henry was 6 months I decided to go back to work a few days a month but my drive and excitement for my profession that I had worked so hard to build was gone. I was done working long hours,spinning my wheels to make changes happen, & trading my time for 💰 In Jan 2017, I was introduced to Arbonne and it completely changed my life! I started as a client and did the 30 Days to Healthy Living Program & had no intention of becoming a consultant. After 5 days I felt AH-MAZING & had so much more energy and was able to get rid of that sluggish brain fog feeling and lost 10 lbs! I decided to JUMP IN just to share it with others! Little did I know that I would promote to the 2nd of 4 levels of mgmt pretty quickly and it would re-ignite my excitement, passion and drive to help & serve others !😊Because of ARBONNE, I have created a stream of income that has allowed me to be that SAHM for Henry and not have to work crazy hrs, wknds & holidays! I achieved my goal of losing 60 pounds doing the 30 Day Program & I am becoming the best version of myself! Now I’m just over 2 yrs into my Arbonne business it has given me more than I ever thought possible. I have not only made enough $$$ to be a SAHM but I retired from my 20 year nursing career last fall. I am working towards my 3rd promotion now to earn 4-15k/month & a free white Mercedes! I am not stopping there, I will go to the 🔝of this company where the avg $$$ is 22k/month and NO ceiling! If u keep doing what ur doing where will u be in 5 years? If that ? haunts u, we need to chat
  • I ❤️ this picture bc it reminds me of how much my life has changed in 5 years!Growing up I always told myself to work hard so that when it came 🕰to have 👶🏻 ,I would be able to be @ 🏡w/them, pick them up from school and be involved in their lives,which is something I always longed to have as a child.Well, I did work hard and built my career as a NNP working12-24h shifts, nights, holidays, wknds which I loved & was driven to make a difference in my patient’s lives & in my workplace. Finding out I was pregnant🤰changed all of that, I was now focused on achieving my dream of being @home with my child, which I was able to do for a period of 🕰. After Henry was 6 months I decided to go back to work a few days a month but my drive and excitement for my profession that I had worked so hard to build was gone. I was done working long hours,spinning my wheels to make changes happen, & trading my time for 💰 In Jan 2017, I was introduced to Arbonne and it completely changed my life! I started as a client and did the 30 Days to Healthy Living Program & had no intention of becoming a consultant. After 5 days I felt AH-MAZING & had so much more energy and was able to get rid of that sluggish brain fog feeling and lost 10 lbs! I decided to JUMP IN just to share it with others! Little did I know that I would promote to the 2nd of 4 levels of mgmt pretty quickly and it would re-ignite my excitement, passion and drive to help & serve others !😊Because of ARBONNE, I have created a stream of income that has allowed me to be that SAHM for Henry and not have to work crazy hrs, wknds & holidays! I achieved my goal of losing 60 pounds doing the 30 Day Program & I am becoming the best version of myself! Now I’m just over 2 yrs into my Arbonne business it has given me more than I ever thought possible. I have not only made enough $$$ to be a SAHM but I retired from my 20 year nursing career last fall. I am working towards my 3rd promotion now to earn 4-15k/month & a free white Mercedes! I am not stopping there, I will go to the 🔝of this company where the avg $$$ is 22k/month and NO ceiling! If u keep doing what ur doing where will u be in 5 years? If that ? haunts u, we need to chat
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  • studentnurselachicabelle - Belle @studentnurselachicabelle 1 week ago
  • This post entails the reason why #nursing is my calling. 
Hello, instagram world! This picture of 1 year old baby Belen. In high school I dreamt of becoming a Neonatologist and then in my first semester of college I realized that it wasn’t for me. I decided that patient care was where I wanted my career focus to be so I turned to nursing instead. My aspiration was always to have a career that was about the interest of others and not myself, I am fascinated by the body and medicine so nursing really is where it’s at for me. So the biggest impact that has lead me to purse a #nursingcareer is my very own birth story. So I was born at 24 weeks of gestation or in simpler terms at 6 months. I weighed 2 lbs. 5 oz. and was about 14 inches in length. I spent 3 months in the NICU and hospital all together and the fact that I am alive today is LITERALLY a miracle. Growing up I was always surrounded by people who would constantly remind me of my birth story and it always stuck with me. My parents to this day can recount the experience they had with the nurses and doctors that took care of me. I know that my purpose in life is to be a #neonatalnurse. I want to care for ill and premature babies as it was once done for myself. I know what I lived for this purpose. My chances of survival were incredibly slim but 22 years later, I’m still here. And I know it’s because God’s plan for me was so I could be doing this. I am eager to start my #nursingschool journey and to work toward the BSN and nursing license that will allow me to make a difference in these babies lives. I am about one month away from starting nursing school and I felt it was the perfect time to share this story with you all! #futurenurse #nursingstudent #nicunurse #mypurpose This post entails the reason why #nursing is my calling. Hello, instagram world! This picture of 1 year old baby Belen. In high school I dreamt of becoming a Neonatologist and then in my first semester of college I realized that it wasn’t for me. I decided that patient care was where I wanted my career focus to be so I turned to nursing instead. My aspiration was always to have a career that was about the interest of others and not myself, I am fascinated by the body and medicine so nursing really is where it’s at for me. So the biggest impact that has lead me to purse a #nursingcareer is my very own birth story. So I was born at 24 weeks of gestation or in simpler terms at 6 months. I weighed 2 lbs. 5 oz. and was about 14 inches in length. I spent 3 months in the NICU and hospital all together and the fact that I am alive today is LITERALLY a miracle. Growing up I was always surrounded by people who would constantly remind me of my birth story and it always stuck with me. My parents to this day can recount the experience they had with the nurses and doctors that took care of me. I know that my purpose in life is to be a #neonatalnurse. I want to care for ill and premature babies as it was once done for myself. I know what I lived for this purpose. My chances of survival were incredibly slim but 22 years later, I’m still here. And I know it’s because God’s plan for me was so I could be doing this. I am eager to start my #nursingschool journey and to work toward the BSN and nursing license that will allow me to make a difference in these babies lives. I am about one month away from starting nursing school and I felt it was the perfect time to share this story with you all! #futurenurse #nursingstudent #nicunurse #mypurpose
  • This post entails the reason why #nursing is my calling. Hello, instagram world! This picture of 1 year old baby Belen. In high school I dreamt of becoming a Neonatologist and then in my first semester of college I realized that it wasn’t for me. I decided that patient care was where I wanted my career focus to be so I turned to nursing instead. My aspiration was always to have a career that was about the interest of others and not myself, I am fascinated by the body and medicine so nursing really is where it’s at for me. So the biggest impact that has lead me to purse a #nursingcareer is my very own birth story. So I was born at 24 weeks of gestation or in simpler terms at 6 months. I weighed 2 lbs. 5 oz. and was about 14 inches in length. I spent 3 months in the NICU and hospital all together and the fact that I am alive today is LITERALLY a miracle. Growing up I was always surrounded by people who would constantly remind me of my birth story and it always stuck with me. My parents to this day can recount the experience they had with the nurses and doctors that took care of me. I know that my purpose in life is to be a #neonatalnurse. I want to care for ill and premature babies as it was once done for myself. I know what I lived for this purpose. My chances of survival were incredibly slim but 22 years later, I’m still here. And I know it’s because God’s plan for me was so I could be doing this. I am eager to start my #nursingschool journey and to work toward the BSN and nursing license that will allow me to make a difference in these babies lives. I am about one month away from starting nursing school and I felt it was the perfect time to share this story with you all! #futurenurse #nursingstudent #nicunurse #mypurpose
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  • burdetttrust - Burdett Trust for Nursing @burdetttrust 1 week ago
  • Jacqui Graves, Human Rights Lead at @suerydercharity, discusses the Sue Ryder “What Matters to Me” training programme - a human rights approach to end of life care. Read the latest Burdett Trust blog here: burdetttrust.wordpress.com Jacqui Graves, Human Rights Lead at @suerydercharity, discusses the Sue Ryder “What Matters to Me” training programme - a human rights approach to end of life care. Read the latest Burdett Trust blog here: burdetttrust.wordpress.com
  • Jacqui Graves, Human Rights Lead at @suerydercharity, discusses the Sue Ryder “What Matters to Me” training programme - a human rights approach to end of life care. Read the latest Burdett Trust blog here: burdetttrust.wordpress.com
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  • burdetttrust - Burdett Trust for Nursing @burdetttrust 2 weeks ago
  • The #NightingaleChallenge has officially launched! The initiative aims to have over 1,000 employers participating and benefit over 20,000 nurses and midwives aged 35 and under. Find out more here: buff.ly/2J8JR7X  Image: @nursingnow The #nightingalechallenge has officially launched! The initiative aims to have over 1,000 employers participating and benefit over 20,000 nurses and midwives aged 35 and under. Find out more here: buff.ly/2J8JR7X Image: @nursingnow
  • The #nightingalechallenge has officially launched! The initiative aims to have over 1,000 employers participating and benefit over 20,000 nurses and midwives aged 35 and under. Find out more here: buff.ly/2J8JR7X Image: @nursingnow
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  • finance.web - FinanceWeb @finance.web 3 weeks ago
  • Talk about a timeless career! #Nurses are, were, and will always be needed. But as the times and requirements are changing, so is the job. More emphasis is now placed on:
✅Evidence-Based Care
✅Mobility of Nursing Services
✅Improved Health Technology
Read along to get up to speed on this and other career tips #linkinbio Talk about a timeless career! #nurses are, were, and will always be needed. But as the times and requirements are changing, so is the job. More emphasis is now placed on: ✅Evidence-Based Care ✅Mobility of Nursing Services ✅Improved Health Technology Read along to get up to speed on this and other career tips #linkinbio
  • Talk about a timeless career! #nurses are, were, and will always be needed. But as the times and requirements are changing, so is the job. More emphasis is now placed on: ✅Evidence-Based Care ✅Mobility of Nursing Services ✅Improved Health Technology Read along to get up to speed on this and other career tips #linkinbio
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  • nccunursingalumni - NCCU Nursing Alumni @nccunursingalumni 4 weeks ago
  • Congratulations to @nccueagle Nursing May 2019 graduates! 🦅🦅🦅🦅
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We are starting to receive word that many of NCCU’s May Bachelor of Science Nursing students are starting to pass the NCLEX-RN!
Graduating college is an achievement in itself. Passing the NCLEX is another!
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The NCCU Nursing Alumni Association are SO proud of all NCCU Nursing May graduates and wish everyone a prosperous, fulfilling Nursing career! 🦅🦅🦅 Congratulations to @nccueagle Nursing May 2019 graduates! 🦅🦅🦅🦅 ********** We are starting to receive word that many of NCCU’s May Bachelor of Science Nursing students are starting to pass the NCLEX-RN! Graduating college is an achievement in itself. Passing the NCLEX is another! *********** The NCCU Nursing Alumni Association are SO proud of all NCCU Nursing May graduates and wish everyone a prosperous, fulfilling Nursing career! 🦅🦅🦅
  • Congratulations to @nccueagle Nursing May 2019 graduates! 🦅🦅🦅🦅 ********** We are starting to receive word that many of NCCU’s May Bachelor of Science Nursing students are starting to pass the NCLEX-RN! Graduating college is an achievement in itself. Passing the NCLEX is another! *********** The NCCU Nursing Alumni Association are SO proud of all NCCU Nursing May graduates and wish everyone a prosperous, fulfilling Nursing career! 🦅🦅🦅
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