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10 Things You Should Stop Complaining About in Nursing

Adam Starr | NursingLink



Not all hospital cafeterias are created equal. Mystery meat, anyone? You’d think food would be guaranteed to be healthier and fresh at a hospital, but often, you find yourself reaching for mushy macaroni and cheese and a limp salad.

And there may not be a variety of food options nearby. Some hospitals are in the middle of vibrant cities with dozens of restaurants, cafes, bodegas, and food carts within easy walking distance. Others are inconveniently removed from everything. If you want the former, limit your job search to thriving urban centers. If you want to live in the suburbs, you shouldn’t be surprised at how far you have to drive to get to Applebee’s.

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Instead of complaining about your culinary limitations, why not plan ahead and bring your own lunch? You’ll save loads of money and will probably eat a lot healthier if you make your lunch the night before. Don’t concentrate on your lack of options; concentrate on the thousands of dollars you’ll save by not having to eat out for a whole year.

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