Introductory Podcast

Episode 1: This is a podcast while I figure out how to podcast. I used a new app to record. There is a little feedback so I’ll work on fixing that. I cover an intro on my personal process of preventative wellness and tell you how much I just spent on make-up that won’t give […]

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F*ck the CrossFit Open. Unless you trained for that sh*t.

This past Tuesday I was tidying up an Operating Room Suite after a surgical procedure with my coworker Kevin. Kevin trains at a popular, but sh*tbox of a CrossFit gym in Boston, MA. I trained there once and thanked my lucky stars my tetanus was current, but at least the bathrooms were clean. Kevin has […]

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Blog make-over and where we’re headed.

After thoughtful consideration I decided to rename my budding blog project and podcast to The Rebel Nurse. I rationalized, if the world loves Dan Bilzerian and his d*ck tactics then the world will accept me too. I’m not going to be grabbing wieners indiscriminately for Instagram photos, but I will do my best to be […]

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My history with the Hell’s Angels: A female rebel’s perspective Part I

**Names have been changed to protect the innocent/guilty or whatever.** “What it’s like to date a Hell’s Angel,” is what I typed into my search engine some months ago looking for a good blog or article to read. I had recently started dating a member and was curious about what other women were saying about […]

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My first week in Boston. Discipline, drive, and finding a groove.

How amazing are bloggers who consistently crank out content? A month ago I was reading PaleOMG’s blog where she confirmed she posts 5-6 times a week. I snarkily snorted to myself; I can do that. No, no I can’t. What an arrogant net to cast only to catch myself in it like an ill fated […]

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Tony Robbins, social influencers, and cats.

  Lately I have been trying to increase my social media presence and create more content on my blog. Through this pursuit I have started following accounts of individuals with myriads of followers who fitness, blog, and/or do things similar to what I do. I don’t idolize social influencers, but I figure they must have […]

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An Ode to Travel Nursing

“Those three things – autonomy, complexity, and a connection between effort and reward – are, most people will agree, the three qualities that work has to have if it is to be satisfying.” ― Malcolm Gladwell, Outliers: The Story of Success If you have never read the book The Outliers I highly encourage you to do so. […]

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