Those of you following along with my blog will be happy to hear that I actually passed my nursing examination (no that’s not why I became happier within a week)! The amount of studying I put into the exam ended up being overkill, but I’d always rather be over-prepared than under-prepared.
The most excited part of passing the exam was that I was able to start reading a new book which I’ve been meaning to read for a while now, “Authentic Happiness,” written by Martin E.P. Seligman. Now I actually have a huge lists of books that I want to read saved on my GoodReads account, but this one was actually referred to me by one of my college professors about a year ago and I loved the concept of it. Continue reading
It’s been a while since my last post, and that’s because for the past few weeks I have only been been reading one book, “The Fundamentals of Nursing” by Patricia A. Potter. Now this isn’t the type of book that I generally review, but I have been known to talk about books that I read for educational purposes (or really any material that I read for any purpose!).
I’m actually currently studying to take one of my nursing exams, and have been doing as much last minute cramming as possible. This is a book that I actually have from one of my early days in schooling, but it’s always been very helpful to me to review as I prepare for tests. Much like the “For Dummies” books, it explains things in a very easy to understand way. The author assumes that her audience is a bunch of amateurs who know very little about the subject matter. Continue reading