At any rate, Huggies Brazil is revolutionizing social media for babies by having a device that clips on to the front of an infants diaper and sends a tweet when they pee. Now the whole world can know how often your little one goes to the potty, and since you’re too busy on social media to actually check and see if your child is wet, you can get a notification on your phone. Oh, and any of your followers… or maybe your babies followers…. will get a notification as well.
A master’s degree in nursing can open up career options, increase your earning potential, and enhance your professional reputation. Earning an advanced degree while working, however, isn’t easy. Here are some tips on how you can balance work and higher education.
The Twyxt app may just be our solution. It’s a free app that is available now on the itunes apps store now. Twyxt is a unique app that allows users to capture memories while getting things done. You can share your calendars, send direct messages, share lists, moods, photos and more. It’s a great tool to stay more connected with your significant other’s schedule and make sure you are on the same page.
There may come a time when your current line of work just isn’t as rewarding anymore. The economy could have made finding work in your industry almost impossible. It could be that technology has made your job obsolete. If you need to start or find a new career later in life, how do you go about making the switch?
Sweepstakes can be a lot of fun. I especially like sweepstakes that give you opportunities to earn extra entries to increase your odds to win. The Win Your Way sweepstakes gives you multiple was to increase your odds to win prizes ranging from Shop Your Way Rewards to vacations to the latest cool gadgets.
Social media is sort of like a confused teenager at this point. Are you going to create a teenage angel or teenage monster?
Just like any juvenile, there are potentials from success and failures. There are potentials for attention seeking behaviors in either the positive or negative light. Depending on the feedback they get, will often determine the type of behavior they express.
Our healthcare social media teenager has the potential to go in one of many directions right now.
There is such huge potential that exist. There is such a great power and vigor that could be molded and manipulated. You see, there’s something amazing and wonderful hidden. It’s waiting to be guided and lead in the right direction to make a positive impact on the world. You can see a slight glimmer of greatness. A glint of hope and excitement.
We do not set aside nearly enough time to express thanks for the many blessings that we have in our lives. I am glad that we have a day dedicated to be thankful and embracing family. Sometimes we forget just how fortunate we are and Thanksgiving is wonderful reminder to take a moment to count your many blessings.
In no particular order, and in no way encompassing the entirety of all things I am thankful for, I present to you some of my blog-worthy blessings:
In a recent entry I discussed landing a Professional Nerdy Nurse job, (Clinical Informatics Specialist). I could not be more excited about this. Not only is it an opportunity to do what I have been longing to, but for the first time in my life I feel like I’m going to be working somewhere that will value me for all I have to offer. I feel that like I will opportunities for growth and the ability to make real changes in the organization and healthcare. I also thrilled with how friendly and approachable my new boss is.
Didn’t you know it’s the latest trend in healthcare? You can sit in you family members room and make statements about the care your loved one is receiving on that hospital’s Facebook page. You can also mention specific nurses by name and discuss your like or dislike for them. Sure would be nice if there [...]
I have accomplished a task today that I have been apprehensive about for some time.I sold something on craigslist. It may seem like a fairly insignificant task to you, but to me it was a pretty fantastic feat. You see, my entire childhood was filled with my mother telling me that every stranger you meet [...]