tortuga~How is the job market in your area? I'm already stressing out about job hunting, and I don't graduate until December. And if I hear one more person tell me that I'm not going to have any trouble finding a job because of the "nursing shortage", I may go postal.
I survived the first day of classes, and it actually wasn't too excruciating. I did not, however, really learn anything. I can't believe how much time they spent on introductory stuff. 8 hours of classes, and I really, truly cannot think of one thing that was taught today that I didn't already know.
At least the instructors seem to be more interesting than our med-surg instructor was, so that's a plus. And I'm feeling slightly less stressed about the next two months after seeing the schedule for the classes. There are definitely some stressful times and projects/papers that aren't going to be much fun, but in general, it doesn't seem to be as bad as I thought it might be.
I'm waffling at the moment because one of my classmates wants to go running at lunch tomorrow. I really *should*, but don't really *want* to. I'd much rather sit around and eat my lunch and gab with friends, but that doesn't do my health any good, ya know?
eta: Lame essay? Not collected, looked at, or even really discussed.