Let’s end the year on a positive note. Typically, as you wrap up the year you’d go over the trips you took or the family events you celebrated. But this year has been like no other, so, as you reflect on 2020, you may instead find there are some life lessons the year has unexpectedly taught you.
This year has been one that most will not forget. There’s been an enormous amount of complaining and wishing the year would end. This mindset is understandable, considering all the interruptions and miserable things that seem to have come at us one after another. However, being ungrateful can be contagious.
We made it! We are mid-summer and adjusting to many new things. Can you believe that 2020 is half over? It’s time to make some good memories starting with America’s Birthday!
Every year, the month of May is set aside as National Nurses Month. With National Nurses Day being May 6th, this kicks off National Nurses Week. Additionally, all of our dedicated nurses are celebrated around the globe on May 12th (Florence Nightingale’s birthday) with International Nurses Day.
Nurses make up the highest percentage of healthcare workers and there’s a good reason for that—they care! When we hear the words health care, nurses should come to mind as those who provide that one-on-one personal care and concern when we are in need.
This whole social distancing thing has been hard for many of us and after weeks of lounging around in our pajamas night AND day, we thought you might need some tips on what to do next.