Just found this one in my photo vault. The thing no one ever tells you about these shows is that even though you look good/ you feel like crap. Dehydrated, carb deprived which makes your mind fussy and slow. I don't think it's bad for your health like most people think as long as your doing it naturally. We get to hydrate back up and put on healthy weight again. It's good to have some fat on our body. Love yourself and your body regardless on how you look. Doing these shows just helped me sharpen in on my focus, self discipline and determination.
Ok y'all, so I would NEVER ask for help, or allow anyone to make a page for me like this. I just recently spent $1100 to get my car fixed, not long after that it went back in the shop, and now I'm told it needs a new motor. It's going to cost me $5600, and Im still paying for a loan on it. As many of you know, I haven't received any type of money towards child support and do not receive government assistance, I have moved into my own apartment because it was what was needed for my living situation, and I have had other things happen in my life that have gotten me down. I need a vehicle to see my patients, (I work for a hospice agency), and to make a paycheck to support my daughter and myself. I know people make these all the time for any and everything, but even if you can donate just $5 it will be greatly appreciated, and if you can't donate, share the link! Its in the bio!! Thanks to those who have donated so far. #gofundme#pimpinjoy#theshopforward#ellendegeneres#ellenshow#likeforlike#f4f#hospicenurse#nursing#singlemom
I believe in magic✨
As I say farewell to Hospice Nursing I try to think about all the lessons learned. The amount of love given and received has been like no other nurse job I've had. I'll remember all the laughs, awkward moments and tears. Not to mention, all of the amazing coworkers I've had the pleasure to meet. It takes such a special person to do hospice and I'm so glad to have had the opportunity to meet every single one of you.
I've learned so much about life. There were so many people I loved and grew attached to not knowing how long they had on this earth. Even though this may be goodbye, I feel honored to have had the privilege to be there for others at the end of their life.
Above all else, the biggest lesson I learned is love.❤️ #ifthesewingscouldfly#Ilovelove#magicisreal#hospice#hospicenurse#deathisnottheend#emotionaloverload#itsnotaboutangels#spreadlove
Good afternoon #nurses and #makeupjunkie
These are all products used in the previous picture 😊
Hope you can see it well.. #happyhumpday#wednesday#hospicenurse#CRUELTYFREE
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I've been getting a lot of books mailed lately. This is one I'm keeping for my shelf, for later. Today I reviewed on my blog ☝️in honor of spring's rebirth. It's a great piece, and it comes to from a cross community influence...the hospice community... or as I like to call them; my friends on the flip side. I know...I don't like to think about dying as much as anyone, but dying helps us to frame life. It assists us in appreciating the ones we love. It puts the fire under our bum for us to accomplish our dreams. Death is the great motivator. And here in this new book, author Frank Ostaseski and co founder of the #zenhospiceproject , talks about that after being asked by a publisher (what a great honor!) to put his knowledge into words for others and for time, so he did, and here you have it. His son sent it to me. It focuses on his work with the AIDS community and what he's learned over the past 35 years helping people transition. Love everything about this work up. To read: see the link in my profile to check it out. Thanks Gabe. #bookstagram#books#bookreviews#hospicecommunity#zenhospice#hospice#hospicecare#hospicenurse#hospicevolunteer#hospicevolunteers#ondeath#ondeathanddying#flatironbooks @flatiron_books #bookstoread#bookstagrammer#bookphotography
#Hiking Through #Grief "When men #grieve , they often need to do something physical to help them along. Some men build things. I go hiking for a week in #Yosemite . My goal each day is to reach a scenic viewpoint, but I also want to find a place along the way where I connect to something solid and real." Read the full story here: http://ow.ly/JDDu30a5kmU