2012 astrological forecast for nurses


A lot of work with little time for play will characterize 2012 for you. So be sure to make time for play whenever you can, since you’re a physical person by nature and you’ll start to feel like a caged animal if you don’t stay physically active! If you can’t go on a long, adventure-seeking vacation, be sure to book some active weekend getaways. Why not organize a paintball excursion or a nature hike for the staff at your workplace? You can make it an annual thing—sort of a team-building exercise to keep the doctors, nurses and other hospital staff connected with each other.

Expect your workload to increase drastically this year. You’re going to find yourself suddenly moving up the management ladder in the healthcare institution you’re working for. You may even be outright offered—with no application or interview necessary—a more senior nursing position. The great thing is that this is a calm year for you on the personal and home front, so you can fully devote yourself to your nursing career.

You may meet your soul mate this year, but the relationship will progress slowly, so there will never be any tension between the two of you—sexual or otherwise—and this person will fully understand that your career comes first this year. It’s a good thing that you’re an ultra-charming person (as are all of those born under the Taurus sign) because even though you won’t have much time for your social life this year, your friendships and romantic involvements will remain strong—you can lay on the charm and have fun when you want to, and that’s what people love about you.

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Cynthia Dusseault
Cynthia Dusseault is a professional freelance writer with both a health and an education background. A former medical radiation technologist and elementary school teacher, she realized that no matter what she did, she was drawn to any task that involved writing, so she decided, over a decade ago, to write full-time. Since then, she has written for a variety of magazines and websites including Nursing PRN, National Review of Medicine, University Affairs, Your Health, Education Leaders Today, Today's Parent, Children's Playmate, and many more. She has written about topics such as asthma, genital herpes, circumcision, teleradiology, body art, learning disabilities and exercise trends, and she absolutely adores the fact that writing—particularly doing the research for the articles she writes—makes her a lifelong learner.

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