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Time off


Over the past week, between jobs, I have had time off.  It has been so nice.  Being able to sit back, relax and just enjoy some time to myself.  Of course I have had my share of to do lists every day from my wife, but I have made sure to enjoy the time off.
I have been catching up on some TV, and discovering a couple new shows.  I started watching The Walking Dead on AMC.  Great show about zombies….I like zombies.  Playing the Wii here and there and getting to the gym every day.

Although I have made it to the gym every day, I ate horribly.  I have great intentions about my diet when I get up on the morning, eat a good breakfast, go to the gym, but then when I get home and am alone in the house, I can’t help myself and start eating junk.  I have been the one going to the grocery store too, have made sure not to buy any junk food, but it just keeps appearing in the house….I have no idea where it is coming from.

My days off are coming to end in a couple of days, so I will continue to “try” to eat well, go to the gym everyday and relax a little.  Of course the “honey do” lists are my first priority.

Rob Cameron
Rob Cameron is currently a staff nurse in a level II trauma center. He has primarily been an ED nurse for most of his career, but he has also been a nurse manager for Surgical Trauma and Telemetry unit. He has worked in Med/Surg, Critical Care, Hospice, Rehab, an extremely busy cardiology clinic and pretty much anywhere he's been needed. Prior to his career in nursing, Rob worked in healthcare finance and management. Rob feels this experience has given him a perspective on nursing that many never see. He loves nursing because of all the options he has within the field. He is currently a grad student working on an MSN in nursing leadership, and teaches clinicals at a local university. Away from work, Rob spends all of his time with his wife and daughter. He enjoys cycling and Crossfit. He is a die hard NASCAR fan. Sundays you can find Rob watching the race with his daughter.

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