I am married and work full time as a Registered Nurse in Intensive Care Kindergarten

I am a married mother of three who works full time in an Intensive Care Kindergarten.

I fell into nursing by accident. I was working as an engineer and engineering often required a lot of travel. When I found out that the nurse I was dating at the time would be moving across the country, my husband and I decided to quit our jobs – so we were unemployed when we started graduate school together.

I felt very lucky that I had caught on to nursing before it became too late for me to start than profession, so now I am able to work as a part-time registered nurse while my husband is working in another profession and my children are attending school in another city.

I am married and work full time as a Registered Nurse in Intensive Care Kindergarten. I love my career, but really miss having my own kids. I sometimes think about quitting my job and becoming a stay-at-home mom for the rest of my life.

My husband has been supportive of my career choices and he understands why I still work part-time, even though we have been together for 23 years. However, he is starting to feel like it would be best if we both gave up our jobs and we start a family to at least have him around more often.

I am torn between giving up on this incredible career that has given me so much happiness and doing what makes him happy because it would make our marriage stronger than anything else ever could.

Engaging in a career that provides a satisfaction in helping others, especially children, I am married and work full time as a Registered Nurse in Intensive Care Kindergarten.

I am married and work full time as a Registered Nurse in Intensive Care Kindergarten. My husband is not working due to his past trauma injuries and life changes. With the support of my family, I have been able to maintain my profession even though it is demanding of my time and energy for 12 hours every day.

I used to work by day as a Registered Nurse and by night as an online copywriter.

After a long time of struggling to balance my career and personal life, I decided that I wanted a more balanced life for my family. That meant giving up on my dream of becoming an online copywriter. Now, I am married, work full time in Intensive Care Kindergarten and work part-time as a copywriter at home at night. I still do freelance writing on the side but not nearly the same level that I did when I was working full time.

I became a Registered Nurse in Intensive Care just after I got married and I have been working full time ever since.

I work in the hospital where my husband works and the hours are not bad. I am usually on call 24/7 so it is important to make sure that you have an emergency contact number handy at all times.

The hours can be long but the benefits of being a Registered Nurse with Intensive Care are worth it as they are very challenging and rewarding.

This is an excerpt from my personal blog on being a nurse and working full time.

I am married and work full time as a Registered Nurse in Intensive Care Kindergarten. I am a registered nurse, certified professional educator, mom to two children under the age of 2, and wife to my best friend.

This role has given me so many opportunities to live out some of my childhood dreams at an accelerated pace!