March flew by in the best way possible. The weather finally warmed up and I started my new career.
+ I attended two weeks of Launch and began twelve-hour shifts with my preceptor on my unit. I am doing really well and actually feel like a nurse now. I have twelve weeks with my preceptor and next month begins week 3.
+ I earned two good paychecks and the next one will be for the full 72 hours that I will get used to earning. Needless to say, these are the largest paychecks I've ever earned.
+ Season 9 of Ru-Paul's Drag Race began and I am enjoying it as usual.
+ I started to casually watch Bates Motel on Netflix and I'm liking it.
+ I am considering re-reading The Dark Tower series by Stephen King and Ryan finally seems interested to join. I've been bugging him to read them since we met!
+ I've started another attempt at Bullet Journaling and it's going well. I haven't shared my pages yet because it's very un-traditional. I have a monthly page and a task page but after that, I don't need to plan my days. So instead, I am tracking my work progress, the types of diagnoses I see, and various other collections such as trip planning.
+ I am selling my Canon EOS 7D with it's battery grip and lens if anyone is interested. I am moving on to mirrorless for portability. I'm not a photographer and while I do consider myself good at taking photos, I don't need heavy equipment.
- Finding a new place to live is frustrating and seems like it will take longer than I thought. I really want to find something before summer is over. I can't bear another winter in this apartment. We are looking at both rentable and purchasable properties.
- The hunt for a new (to me) car is also exhausting. For the longest time I was set on a Jeep Wrangler but they might be too much money for the time being. I am now considering a Honda Fit with all the bells and whistles because I really think I could benefit from a back camera, for example. They are cheaper and I feel like I'd have more control driving it compared to a large Jeep.