I’m going to be taking part in the #FitRN2k16 challenge, which is a 30-day challenge organised by Ashley Adkins, RN (a nurse vlogger/youtuber). Here’s the video:
So keep an eye out on my Instagram and Twitter for my posts!
Basically, the idea is that every day for the month of April, you share a pic of something health or fitness related – be it food, exercise, positive thinking, whatever.
If you want to get involved as well, use the hashtag #FitRN2k16!
Because cats are cute and funny… and a real pain in the arse when you’re trying to exercise sometimes.
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As you can probably tell, I got a job! I am now working as an AIN at one of the largest hospitals in my region 🙂
While this does mean that it’s about 16hrs a week less that I’ll have to spend on things like blogging, I’m going to do my darnedest to get at least 2 posts per week up (despite the fact that I haven’t exactly been managing that anyway).
I’m casual, so I can be called in to work any shifts that I say I am available for, including nights. Hubby is worried about me catching the train late at night, which we will have to sort out because parking costs A FORTUNE ($20 for 8hrs) so I really don’t want to drive.
The issue is the fact that I will be getting the train somewhere between 10pm and midnight sometimes – afternoon shift finishes at about 11:30, and nights start at 11. I think he’s concerned that its “not safe”. I can totally understand that you get some real weirdos around at that time of night, but I’m trying to get him to see that there are security cameras everywhere on the stations, as well as other staff who would be finishing at the same time as me, and there are security guards on the trains at that time of night. Also, I make a point of sitting right next to where the conductor is.
Hopefully I can convince him that catching the train is OK, because the only other way to get around paying for parking is for Hubby to drop me off/pick me up on those late starts/finishes and it just seems silly for him to drive from our place out to work and back again. We’ll have to see what happens.