03.09.19 – Long Days

Ohhhhhhhh my gosh!

I’ve got my first long day this Thursday since 2017. I’m very nervous but I’m sure I’ll be absolutely fine. This means I’ll have more days off and not have to drive back and forth from Wolverhampton. Long days are 12.5 hrs and I’ve done them all through uni and my first few years as a qualified nurse. I’ll make sure I’ve got plenty of food to keep me going! Luckily it’s the only day I’ll be working this week, then Saturday morning I’ll be flying off to Amsterdam 👏🏼😊

I’m currently looking for work elsewhere because I want to get a closer to my dream job (Liver transplant co-ordinator). So, I’ve applied for a post at QEHB.


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8 thoughts on “03.09.19 – Long Days

  1. Erm lady you be fine and there plenty goodies in my locker or thre was lol .I have faith in you hunny loves ya miss you x ❤❤❤❤❤❤


  2. Ahh! Wish you all the best of luck in applying for your new post. Your experience both professionally and personally will make you thrive in that job. Good luck! Xx

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  3. I’m sure you’ll be absolutely fine.
    If you need to stop then do so.
    I’m off but I’ll be rooting for you.
    Mini cookies in my locker if u need them.

    I’ll definitely be sad to see you go but you’ve got to move forward to accomplish your ambitions! 🙂 xx

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  4. Good luck with your long shift . Keep busy , don’t watch the clock , try have power nap on your lunch . Even 10-15 minutes rejuvenates you.
    A coordinator would suit you . Good luck with that .

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