Serving a patient population isn’t limited to health education. There is a decent variety of challenges RN clinical care managers face. Today the crisis is a patient without electricity.
Category: Rochester, NY
I love going to my, “Master Barber,” Pieter Van Dusen. It is part man-crush, part therapy session, and part quality time spent keeping my hair and beard looking good.
I often joke about not wanting to refer people to Pieter because it can be hard to get in for an appointment initially. I am booked three cuts out, so if you’re a man in Rochester, NY who cares about looking sharp, you can do no better.
I mentioned yesterday that I stopped by Aman’s Farm & Market to buy a new pot for my African Violet. I failed to mention I saw an extremely cool planter on sale on my way to check out.
This year for Nurse’s Week I was given the choice between chocolate and an African Violet. I did not anticipate the possibility of ending up with chocolate and luckily received the last violet!
Another thing I did not anticipate was just how well I would take care of it. It was time for a new pot. Off to Aman’s Farm & Market, I went for a new pot and supplies.
Nurse David here. I have decided to move on from my previous blog, There is Another Way to Live.
Although one of the major themes here will be alternative mindsets, TIAWTL was meant to be a collaborative effort that after almost a year didn’t come to fruition.
Through, Nurse David, I will chronicle my adventure into population heath nursing and all the other interests I have to balance work and life. In no particular order, some of those interests are flower gardening, soccer, music/concerts, shoes, and deviating from any societal norm that doesn’t lead to personal fulfillment.