Do you ever have a day where you just flat out don't want to work out because of a cold 🤧 or would rather not work out than modify exercises when you're sore to get to your goals? 🙋🏻 That's the 2016 Maria 🗓 So many times I gave up on myself not realizing that working out was the "me time" that I needed every day to stay focused on positivity for the next day ahead 🙏🏻
👊🏻 I'm looking for those who are motivated to change their lives, ready to be empowered and empower others, and ready to stop asking why and start saying why NOT?! I'm ready to help others reach their goals and stop their ego from controlling thoughts ✋🏻🙇🏻♀️
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Less than 20% of how healthy we are is directly influenced by our healthcare system in this country. So what do you think the other 80% is influenced by? Yes the community we live in.. This is why we want to work in Community Health. An opportunity to impact thousands of lives across generations. Only 1% of our healthcare dollars are spent on Public Health when we spend billions annually on healthcare and have the worst health indicators in the developed world. Programs such as Nurse Family Partnership, (NFP) make a difference in health outcomes for the whole family and are evidenced-based (they are proven to be effective and have measurable outcome criteria). Here is a very nice poster presentation on breastfeeding by participants of the Tarrant County Public Health District . Nursing interventions and relationships improve health and decrease child abuse, incarceration, overall healthcare cost, prematurity, infant mortality and on and on... with a Return on Investment (ROI) of over 6$ for every dollar spent on the program. A National Nurse Family Partnership Site, for first time Medicaid moms and seen by RNs from pregnancy through the child's second year of life. I love NFP ❤️ #nursefamilypartnership program. #texas#fortworthtexas#healthy#mothers#babies#communities#nursing#nurses#nursesofinstagram#nurseslife#wellnesscoach#nutrition#breastfeeding#publichealth#publichealthnurse#nfp
I love the simplicity of a standard veggie, carb, protein meal😌Prep it all one day a week: throw it all in a bowl and heat it up each night. Easy. I like easy. Lol.
Brussels sprouts (literally the best veggie IMO) + sweet potatoes + chicken❤
Shoutout to one of the most inspirational nurses out there, @nursenikoo!!! I absolutely love his posts and learning more about fitness as a nurse! Keep up the amazing work Nurse Nicholas and thank you for sharing your passion!!!
Woke up from night shift and trained legs fasted today 💪
👉Intermittent Fasting: Bro science or A helpful tool you should start utilizing?
The fasted state produces two significant effects:
1. Improved insulin sensitivity. Put very simply, the body releases insulin (a hormone) when we eat to help us absorb the nutrients from our food. The hormone then takes the sugars out of our bloodstream and directs them to the liver, muscles, and fat cells to be used as energy later on. The trouble is that eating too much and too often can make us more resistant to insulin’s effects, and while poor insulin sensitivity ups the risk of heart disease and cancer, it also makes it harder to lose body fat. Eating less frequently (i.e. fasting more regularly) is one way to help remedy the issue, because it results in the body releasing insulin less often, so we become more sensitive to it—and that makes it easier to lose fat, improves blood flow to muscles, and even curbs the impact of an unhealthy diet. (CONTINUED...)
Sometimes you have to be real with yourself on why you are not at the level you know you could and should be at.
Just know that every minute you spend wondering why your success isn't equal to someone else's success is time you are taking away from YOUR #Greatness
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❓DM Question: Do Travel Nurse agencies provide Health Insurance? 📣Answer: Many do. Some don't. However, I encourage Travel Nurses to at least consider purchasing private Health Insurance for a few reasons:
1. Agency Health Insurance can get expensive and the Nurse's pay is ultimately reduced if they elect company health benefits. Here's why: 👉🏽The cost typically comes out of the Bill Rate. The Bill Rate is the hourly rate the Hospital pays the agency for the Travel Nurse. The Bill Rate is the Agency's only source of income. Therefore, all expenses (even health benefits) are paid for from the Bill Rate. So, ultimately, the Travel Nurse is paying for their Health Benefits even if they go through the Agency. The cost can range between $2-$6/hr. and that amount eats into the Travelers OVERALL pay.
2. Agency insurance can take up to 30 days to kick in. So, if you switch companies (and I highly encourage working with multiple agencies to get the best opportunities) then you would need to enroll with the new agency's health insurance company and possibly wait 30+ days for the insurance to become active. *If you still choose to go with company benefits make sure to ask them if they offer Day 1 insurance. Meaning it starts on the first day of your contract.
3. Some agencies only offer the bare bones health insurance and others don't cover spouses or family.
4. If you take company benefits you are usually dropped from coverage if you go more than 30 days without working for that agency. You can choose to take COBRA during those times but that is extremely expensive ($1000+ per month)
❗I encourage you to shop around for your own private health insurance. You can start with Marketplace.gov to see if you are eligible for any of those benefits. Another option is to enroll into a cost sharing program like Christian Healthcare Ministries, there are others that's just the main one I know of. Basic Plans with them start at $40/month. ‼️Also, some agencies offer "pay in lieu of benefits" meaning they'll be able to pay you a bit extra like, $50-$100 per week if you have private insurance.