8 nurse-y resolutions that will stick

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Resolutioners are running amuck!

It’s the time of the year when you are reflecting on those promises you made last month. You know – what you vowed, promised and declared you were going to improve.

These proclamations ranged from the smallest to the largest feats.

We all know the most common resolutions have to do with your health in some way.

Why do we poke fun at this habit of yearly resolutions? Mostly because the yearly resolution has become somewhat of a bad omen (sort of like saying the Q-word on a nursing unit). Your resolution is almost never completed in its entirety.

Here’s what I think about making resolutions as a nurse and (ahem) keeping them!

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