11 things nurses want for the holidays

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Shopping may not be at the very top of your list of “Favorite Things to Do on an Afternoon Away from Work,” but “Giving (and Receiving) Presents” probably is.

If not, it may be time to reprioritize your to-do list because PRESENTS ARE AWESOME!




From the hilarious to the poignant, we love hearing what nurses are asking for this holiday season.

1. “Full body massage. New scrubs.” —@billie.campbell22

2. “A pair of black baby doll shoes to wear when working and to pass chemistry so I can take the HESI.” —@be_ye_perfect

3. “Cure for Alzheimer’s in time for a healing for my daddy.” —@crackthechest

4. “A full day to catch up with my P.O. orders.” —@jenny_84_818

5. “Compression socks and coffee.” —@patiences.rn

6. “Long-sleeve antimicrobial undershirts.” —@leahw_29

7. “To pass nursing school, and a Littmann!” —@heathermarie385

8. “iRobot Roomba to vacuum my floor and carpets because I don’t have time.” —@meadow230

9. “Spa day!” —@littlemissmich213

10. “Tuition money! And a lifetime supply of foot massages.” —@christinelinnet

11. “New scrubs!” —@ emilyhielema

Not seeing the thing at the top of your wish list on this list? Tell us what you’re asking Santa for this year in a comment below.

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5 Responses to 11 things nurses want for the holidays

  1. Wenmoral

    To graduate nursing school with paid tuition!!!

  2. mhaggerty21561

    A watch with Military time on it, coffee cup that CAN keep my coffee hot, scrubs.

  3. KristiBSN

    Research on Moya Moya Disease. As a RN living (or trying to live) with this rare, progressive cerebral vascular disease it is extremely frustrating to have to teach a new physician about it. Because it is rare and there is no organization there is no research, or limited research done.

  4. Lindsayg28

    To not have to work on the holidays and be home with my family!