After a grueling 12-13 hours of two days worth of online work, I can officially say that I have completed the first portion of my Advanced Cardiac Life Support! Whew! I am not sure who endured more pain. Me or
As the temperatures change and winter appears to be fast approaching, we must also embrace the dreaded cold and flu season. Although the physicians see billions
Since I am a person who is constantly thinking, I reflected upon how much I take for granted. This made me think of the movie City of Angels. If you haven’t
Travel nursing can be both difficult and rewarding. Working as a travel nurse takes a certain personality that adapts quickly and thrives amongst change. It requires a certain mind-set to truly make a career out of travel nursing. It can
When learning to be active outside and exercise, the toughest part is always getting started. All that anyone really needs to do is just get going and the rest falls into place.
This article demonstrates the importance of documenting your travel adventures so that you and yours can relive the joy later in life. It is a good way to help the memories blossom.
Healthy Living Tips Posted on September 22, About the author: “Mr. B”, AKA me, is the “first-husband” here at B&B. You can normally find me in the back with all the coding and technical aspects of managing multiple websites. Today, it appears that I get to work the “counter”. While I may not know a …
Now that we are here and have had a chance to ask around, we know where the good spots are. That doesn’t mean that we know where the bad places are though. In regards to the outer areas, Towson and
How to Avoid Hypothermia by Jenny on September 14, As the temperatures are dropping, I am reminded that we are fast approaching the cold winter months. So, we must dust off our bulky coats and start to gear up for a season of safe fun. Fluffy white snow and cold temperatures offer up an environment …