Building My Nursing Philosophy pt. 1 // LETIFFANYSHOW✨


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Today marks the end-ish of Block 6: Nursing Theories, Practice, and Issues. I turned in my philosophy paper last week and it was such a struggle. I literally forgot how to write a paper. All those writing classes I took in college has gone to the “nice to know” region of my brain and recently moved to the brain grave.

This class is all online and the assignments consist of discussions, one philosophy paper, and one group presentation about a philosopher. The discussion posts were always a hassle because in the past blocks, they were mostly done with group members. That meant we had to coordinate with each other and it took a lot of time. But for this block, they were all individual responses.  However, one requirement is to respond to two of your colleagues post but those weren’t time consuming. You pretty much compliment on their post, say whether you agree/disagree or add your input!

For the presentation, we had to choose a philosopher. Good thing my group member was on top of it because I was completely out of the loop. We chose Jean Watson and we just followed the rubric/guideline. If you guys were wondering how 8 people worked on a presentation, we used google presentation! It’s great because we can work from our comfort and watch it being put together.

The only downside is if you convert the google presentation to an actual ppt, the fonts may not transfer and the images may be distorted so definitely double check before uploading!

I may or may not have slacked a little and ended up having to come up with a clinical scenario. And let. me. tell. you… that hella difficult! I hope it was acceptable because I had the worst time trying to come up with one. Fingers crossed? :<

This block as a whole was pretty relaxing. Maybe…a little too relaxing but I’m not complaining. Since it was mostly discussions and that paper, I decided to do all of my discussions ahead of time so I could focus on my paper. The paper was so difficult for me to start/write that I began to write it like a blog post! I guess these blog posts are paying off because that def made it easier. I like to tell people my paper was a blog post without the bad grammar and the lols 🙂 I ended up doing well so that was definitely a big relief! I really don’t like papers…

Next is Nursing Research and I don’t really know what to expect. Perhaps…nursing..,research? Who knows! haha anyways, that’s what block 6 was like! I didn’t really vlog about it because there was nothing to vlog. I literally just sat there and stared at my computer for 15 mins per day and that’s it. I did vlog my first cycling class experience and getting my ears pierced so I’ll leave that right here!

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Signing off from this blog post… I hope you have a beautiful day and don’t forget to shine bright, you’re beautiful. Thanks for reading!


Peace out.✌

❤ , TIFF

Real Nurse (R.N.) in the making.


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psst…Oh and what’s my nursing philosophy? Find out in the next blog post! 🙂


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Week 2 (Oct. 16 – Oct. 20)

What a week it’s been. Today has been an extremely tiring day because I took my first nursing school exam today (Friday, 10/20)! And I have to say, it wasn’t so bad. Maybe because it was a practice exam and it wasn’t graded but hey, if all the exams were that straight forward, that would be great…but lets be real.

My exam was at 7:30AM this morning so that required me to wake up at 6 am to get ready, eat, take the dogs out to poo/pee/feed them and drive to campus. Since it was our first exam, my professor walked us through the whole exam process and explained to us what we were gonna expect.

So here’s the break down: we take the exam four times. Yep, you read that right, 4 TIMES. First, you take it individually, then you take it together with your cohort group, then you go over the answers with your cohort group with the rationales, and finally, you go over it again with your cohort group BUT this time, you can “challenge” the question if you feel the answer was wrong and you were right. Now, today’s exam was 20 questions… imagine what it’ll be like when the exams are 60+ questions. I am not looking forward to that day.

Side note: these exams are taken on the computer through a software called “examplify”. Staring at a computer and trying to click through each individual question takes a lot of patience.

Four times is a lot but I think it’s really helpful. Most of the time, when you take an exam and you get things wrong, you don’t really go back and review what you got wrong. Well, I don’t know about you but I never did that (guilty). So this process kind of forces you to go over what you got wrong and see why you got it wrong. Learn from your mistakes and don’t do it again on the license exam. haha yeah, i’m gonna be that person who gets it wrong again on the NCLEX anyways. 🤦‍♀️

Hmm oh this week, I also filmed my first VLOG! Yep, I finally turned on the camera and talked to it. It was really awkward at first and it still is but I was pretty caffeinated and hyper. So thats my solution, espresso fixes everything! In the vlog, I show you my new scrubs and go on a mini rant about how I can’t keep my plant alive. (update: my plant is doing better now…) So check out my video below! 👇

I get about 3 days off so I’m excited for that mini break. Block 2 starts on Tuesday and it’s health assessment! We’re finally getting into the real nursing stuff and I’m really excited. I finally get to use this snazzy stethoscope of mine and learn how to do health assessments! We also start labs next week. I’m half nervous because I don’t wanna mess up and half excited because I’m finally going to get some hands-on practice. This should be interesting…

Anyways, that is pretty much my week of shenanigans. I didn’t really do much except learn/study/sleep and “study” for this exam. But I thought it was blog worthy because I took an exam lol and I wanted to tell you guys what my exams are like here.

As always, thank you so much for stopping by. It still feels like I’ve been in school for 2 months already but really, it’s only been 2 weeks. *yawn*… Please like, comment and hit that follow button to be notified when I post. I hope you have a beautiful day and don’t forget to shine bright, you’re beautiful!

Shine bright, peace out.✌




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psst… gee I really need a nap… *yawn*


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