PLN’s 100th Blog Post!

Today we are celebrating Peace Love Nursing 100th Blog Post!

It’s hard to believe I have had this blog for 5 years and today is my 100th blog post! Five years ago, I was a nursing student & LPN and loved reading blogs from all different types of people. I love writing and wanted to share my own thoughts and experiences through a blog. Through the support of my husband, friends, and family Peace Love Nursing was created. It’s scary to put your thoughts out into the world, but also so rewarding. My little corner of the internet has given me the opportunity to connect with some amazing people and has provided a lot of personal growth.

Lets look at few blog post from the past:

Hello World!

Ahh, my first blog post. This will always hold a special place in my heart. It was short, sweet, and to the point- but it was such a big step for someone who is very shy and anxious!

OB Clinical Rotation

This is by far my most popular blog post- with over 7,800 views! I loved my OB clinical and really enjoyed writing a detailed post about the difference areas of OB clinical and how to prepare.

Stepping Away from Nursing

This was one my most vulnerable blogs I have ever read but one I am proud of for putting into the world. I shared my mental health struggles through the Delta wave and my decision to step away from nursing.

Nurses Supporting Nurses: Support Group

This is another point of pride for me. Through the encouragement of my family and friends I have created a Support Group for nurses that will start in March. I’m hoping to help my fellow nurses gain some community and support.

I want to sincerely thank everyone who has ever taken the time to read a post, share a post, comment on a post, or encourage me on this journey. I really cannot put in to words how much it means to me. Thank you.

1 thought on “PLN’s 100th Blog Post!”

Mark Weaver

Congratulations on you 100th blog. Awesome job. I have enjoyed following your journey 🎉.

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