7 Steps to a Healthier Work-Life Balance for Nurses

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As a busy nurse, I often find it challenging to maintain a sense of healthy work-life balance. Sometimes I find myself running from task to task, taking care of everyone around me, only to get home and do more of the same. Not only that, but when I eventually get home I might be so tired that all of my self-care ideas go right out the window. Work can have a way of taking over and things like pleasure, social life, hobbies, and health are often forgotten about by nurses.

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2 Responses to 7 Steps to a Healthier Work-Life Balance for Nurses

  1. mocham613 says:

    This is all great advice! Much needed for new nurses at the bedside like myself, who is just learning the ropes and needing to balance things out.

  2. mocham613 says:

    Reblogged this on integrativeliaison and commented:
    Great advices for new (and seasoned) nurses!

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