When ur on you're feet all day. We're for nurses & teachers today. What would we do without you?? from @stayathomemum - Many of you who have been in hospital often see nurses zipping around and constantly on their feet....often not getting to sit down for the whole shift (that's 8 hours...or more!)
We chatted to one of our friends, who is a nurse, about the demands of her job and why good shoes like @hushpuppiesau are a must! See what she had to say via the link in our bio. #medical#nurselife#nursing#hushpuppiesau#soleutions#shoes#busymom#busy@hushpuppiesau
I just got off a shift and let me say that it was busy busy. It was a great and fun shift but im tired and my feet are sore. I don't know if you can tell, but my feet are a tad bit swollen on the top near the ankles at the moment. They are not all like this all the time but when they are it can be painful. My left ankle more so because that's the ankle I have sprained many times before. ⚬ Being in nursing can take its toll on the body and on the feet. I have been in a lot of back pain lately and the rest of my body has been taking the extra strain and compensating for it. Being in nursing, you need to take care of yourself and a lot of the time we forget to do that. We take care of everyone else before we take care of ourselves. We do not give ourselves enough self-love. It's a habbit and can be a bad one at that. We need to make sure we get the proper rest so our body can recover and heal. ⚬My goal is to try and take care of myself, to put my body and my mind first so that I can be the best I can be physically and mentally.
Then I can continue to be there for others. It's hard to put yourself first when you are programed and wired to take care of others. I'm a nurturing person and I absolutely love that about myself, however I need to concentrate on myself to be able to continue to do that! ⚬So my advice is to make sure you make yourself a priority when it comes to your own health that way you will be able to continue to conquer the world.