Why nurses ONLY work 3 days a week


I praise God for the nurses who care round the clock for patients… I pray for them. My daughter was a critical care TBI patient on the brink of death five years ago and today she is the critical care registered nurse caring for others… This post hit home.

Narcolepsy and the Quad

It’s been two years since my last post which has been a good thing in my mind. The past two years have been tame and boring hence the reason I haven’t posted. It’s only the stressful, I-want-to-pull-my-hair-out, give-me-a-hard-liquor-drink day that motivates me to write a post to release the monster inside of me. I’ve been mostly working 1-2 days a week while in graduate school. However, while out for summer break I’ve been picking up full time hours, just 3 days a week. My husband and I got into an argument about this, of which I won’t go into detail, but has inspired this post. Why do most nurses work only 3 days a week?

If you have ever thought nurses have it easy working three days a week, then you have never been a nurse. Imagine taking care of several human beings who at any minute could stop breathing…

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