Nursing resilience comes in many forms of activities and practices. Reflect back to last week… how did you incorporate resiliency to prevent burnout? After developing last weeks post. I had a need to contribute and dedicate a poem regarding our profession. One of the podcast I listen to, Happier always offers Happiness Hacks for listeners to try at home and writing a Haiku (pronounced ˈhīˌko͞o) was suggested as a way to meditate and focus on mindfulness.
What is a Haiku?
It is a short Japanese poem of 5 syllables followed by 7 syllables and another 5 syllables.
writing a poem,
calming and therapeutic;
recharges the mind.– RNblueprint
Today’s post is a little whimsical, creative and fun, which after writing left me feeling centered and mindfully focused on my happiness for being a registered nurse!
late nights early mornings,– RNblueprint
stress and caffeine. study a lot!
NCLEX passed. OH, JOY!!
three 12’s, four shifts off,– RNblueprint
Nightingale foundation heart.
teacher and mentor!
Have you written a Haiku before? What do you think of my nurse Haiku’s? Please share your thoughts below and/or your own Haiku! Again thank you for visiting!