We'll be at the Point at Poipu during the above dates:
Anyone else going to be lucky too?
Nursing was my second career at age 40. It took me 2 1/2 years to graduate and pass boards, but I loved it for 15 years. Now, I am on my third and last career as a business owner (what have I done!!!) In three years, when my husband retires, so do I.I started my work to become an RN in a couple years so we can still afford to fly to Paradise.
Lotsa fun competing against the 20 year old crowd for grades and winning!!!!!!!!
Working real hard on anatomy--300 muscles in the human body--hope we don't have to memorize them all or I'm in trouble.
Sterling, future RN
We will be in Poipu 10/3-10/11, so we'll miss you. We are staying at the big Marriott for one night on 10/2 and then going to Waiohai on 10/3. Had to add an extra day so we could fly first class using miles. (Life is tough sometimes! )
I am an RN. The flexibility in work schedule and choice of jobs is wonderful! I started out as a floor nurse and now work part-time as a clinical nurse educator. I work two 12 hour shifts/week. I also get to choose the days I work. It is a very rewarding career for a variety of reasons. Have you started the "nursing program" yet or are you still taking pre-reqs? Just keep your eye on the goal when you get discouraged. Good luck to you.