For me, choosing to be a part of the nursing profession was not as easy as it may have been for others. I am not the daughter or granddaughter of a nurse. My mother was a single unemployed woman for most of my life. I knew I wanted to walk my own path, but I wasn’t certain what that was. When I entered the workforce, I didn’t follow my dreams; I simply followed familiar steps. For many years I wanted to pursue a career in the medical field, but responsibilities held me back. I realized while I may be very good at what I was doing, I was not following my heart.
I spent 16 years working in our family run amusement buisness. I just followed the path of my family and because of the energetic environment and the challenge …show more content…
Those experiences offered endless amounts of reward. In 2013 my youngest child was ready to enter kinder, and it was time for me to reenter the workforce. I started back and worked for a few different companies anything to keep myself busy and put food on the table but then I decided I was finally ready to chase my dreams. I knew it was time to take a leap of faith. At this stage I had gained the confidence to reenter school and pursue my passion for nursing.
One quality that I love about nursing is that it is a lifelong learning process. I am excited to have the opportunity to educate myself and others and to witness the progress that our scientific and medical communities continually make while impacting the lives and experiences of patients and families along the way.
A career in nursing offers more than a good salary the chance having a profession which will allow me to do what I love anywhere I go. Finally, nursing will allow me to utilize my diverse skills and experiences while satisfying my individual ambitions., I see myself in the nursing field. I know it is time to pursue my