49 minutes | May 1, 2023
How to Afford the Life You Want with Nurse & Financial Coach Kristin Wade
Description #75 - Do you want to work less? Maybe you dream of going part-time or PRN but are living paycheck to paycheck and can’t afford to work fewer hours. Do you want to work from home or as a School Nurse for more work-life balance but are afraid you will not make enough money to survive? Or maybe you want to start a business, or travel more but don’t see how you can afford to. Then this episode of The Stay At Home Nurse Podcast is for you! We will talk with Nurse turned Accredited Financial Counselor Kristin Wade. Show Notes Certified YNAB Budget Coach - 16:23 ‘The 4 Rules’ - 19:07 Bad budgets to bad diets - 21:18 Starting a business, your finances are the business finances - 25:34 What being on a budget can mean for you - 31:33 Social Media LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristin-wade/ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100088268682005 Links YNAB - https://www.ynab.com/ Learn more about Kristen and get a free consultation at fiscal-bliss.com Bio Kristin worked as a registered nurse in New Mexico for 8 years before deciding to step away from the bedside. Now, she helps healthcare workers manage their money so that they can pay off debt, budget effectively, and break the paycheck-to-paycheck cycle. She is a firm believer that money should be a tool, not a burden. Kristin is a YNAB Certified Budgeting Coach and is earning her Accredited Financial Counselor (AFC) designation in 2023.
39 minutes | Apr 24, 2023
CRNA - From RN to CRNA Student to the OR and Beyond
Description #74 - Have you ever thought about becoming a CRNA? Today we are speaking with Beth Quaas, Associate Director of an Anesthesia program in Minnesota, Director of the Minnesota Association of Nurse Anesthetists Board, and practicing CRNA. She shares with us her journey from Associate Degree RN to CRNA, tips on getting into CRNA school, and what it is really like to work as a CRNA. Show notes Follow Beth at… Podcast - https://www.donteatyouryoung.com/about Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/donteatyouryoung/?hl=en LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/beth-quaas-dnp-aprn-crna-a28a701ab/ Bio Beth Quaas has been a nurse for nearly 30 years. Starting out in a small critical access hospital in northern MN, she started her nursing career as an LPN in a nursing home while getting her ASN/RN and transitioned to working in the hospital setting. After 7 years of bedside care, Beth returned to school and completed her Master’s degree in anesthesia in 1999. She obtained her Doctorate degree in 2010 so she could give back to her profession by educating the next generation of certified registered nurse anesthetists. She has a passion for inspiring others to find joy in their profession and helping those dealing with burnout. After her own burnout, she decided to share others’ stories by starting a podcast called Don’t Eat Your Young. The intention was to let nurses that are struggling know that they are not alone and provide resources to help them deal with bullying, burnout, and workplace violence. Beth is currently the Associate Director of an anesthesia program in MN and also continues her clinical practice giving anesthesia in the OR. She also serves as a Director on the Minnesota Association of Nurse Anesthetists Board.
39 minutes | Apr 17, 2023
Protect Your Nursing License and Livelyhood
Description #73 - Today we have a special guest, Lorie Brown, who is both a nurse and an attorney. She shares with us: The one thing every nurse should do to protect your license What to do if you encounter unsafe staffing Why nurses make great business owners How to build a nurse-owned business legally And so much more Whether you are a bedside nurse or a nurse entrepreneur Lorie’s words of wisdom will speak to you. Lorie A. Brown, RN, MN, JD, has a passion for supporting nurses. She is truly a nurse for nurses. She obtained her law degree from Indiana University, Indianapolis, Indiana in 1990. Lorie founded Brown Law Office, P.C. in 1999 and began working as a legal nurse consultant and representing nurses and other healthcare providers before the licensing boards. She also mentors nurses on how to start their own businesses. Lorie has authored three books, "Law and Order for Nurses: The Easy Way to Protect Your License and Your Livelihood," "From Frustrated to Fulfilled: The Empowered Nurses System," and "The Legal Nurse Consultant's Workbook: Turning Your Nursing Knowledge into a Successful Consulting Practice." Lorie served as President of The American Association of Nurse Attorneys in 2021. She has a weekly blog on either YourNurseAttorney.com or EmpoweredNurses.org. She has been a keynote speaker and speaker at many regional, national, and international nursing organization conferences and is the author of numerous published articles. Show Notes Link to Nurses Legal Checklist https://empowerednurses.org/nurse-business-owners/ NNBA Conference 2023 https://nursesbusiness.com/nnba-2023-conference-agenda/ National Nurses in Business Association https://nursesbusiness.com/ Connect with Lorie Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/LorieBrownFanPage/ LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/loriebrownnurseattorney/
41 minutes | Apr 3, 2023
Nursing Continuing Education
Description #72 - Teresa Sanderson is an Associate Degree Nurse turned nurse entrepreneur. Her frustration with the lack of quality hospice care in her area led her to start her own hospice agency. As an outside-the-box thinker, Teresa used nursing CE programs to grow her hospice agency to over $3,000,000. In this episode, she will share with you exactly how she accomplished this. Today Teresa teaches other nurses how to become CE providers, and nurse entrepreneurs and how to use nursing CE as a marketing tool. Teresa also has a passion project called Nurses Feed their Young where she is ending the tradition of nurses eating their young. Show Notes Teresa’s Free Resource can be found here… teresasanderson.com/addce Find Teresa on social media at… YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaLKbT7GBis6w69EmBL-5DA Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/sanderson.teresa https://www.facebook.com/TeresaSandersonCo https://www.facebook.com/groups/bedsidetobusiness LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/theteresasanderson/
21 minutes | Dec 26, 2022
Work-Life Balance When Working From Home
Description #71 - Working from home has blurred the line between work and life. While some people thrive working from home others find it difficult to not work all the time. So how do you achieve work-life balance? Is there even such a thing? What works for one person does not necessarily work for another. Your personality and season of life will influence your ideal work-life balance. Listen in as Janine and I discuss what work-life balance looks like for each of us, and how you can determine what work-life balance should look like for you. This episode is full of creative tips you can use to achieve your ideal work-life balance when working from home.
22 minutes | Dec 19, 2022
How to Use 15 Hours a Week to Build Your Side Hustle
Description #70 - Do you think you don’t have enough time to work on a side hustle or business? Are you not sure how best to spend the time you do have? I know exactly how you feel. I felt the same way. When I started my business I had 4 children, 3 furbabies, and 2 jobs. But yet I found the time to start and grow a thriving buiness. And now, I want to help you to do the same. Listen in as Janine and I share how you can use 15 hours a week to build your business. And the best part is, we will help you find those 15 hours. If you need more help finding time to start or grow your business check out episode 68 titled, A Guaranteed Way to Save Time at Work, Home, and In Your Business.
17 minutes | Dec 12, 2022
The Secret to Making Big Money in Your Career and Business
Description #69 - With inflation skyrocketing, the ability to increase your income has become more important than ever. In today’s episode, Janine and I discuss the simple secret we used in our careers and business to set ourselves apart and make more money. Whether you want to make more in your career or your business you won’t want to miss this episode.
22 minutes | Dec 5, 2022
A Guaranteed Way to Save Time at Work, Home, and In Your Business
Description #68 - Time is the great equalizer. Everyone has the same amount of time each day, week, month, and year. And yet some people seem to get so much done! And others, well, they just don’t. So How do some people get so much done? In this episode, I talk with Janine Kelbach about our secret to doing what matters most to us. Janine has always amazed me with how she can be a great nurse, mom, wife, and friend while growing a thriving business. Listen in as we share a Guaranteed Way to Save Time at Work, Home, and In Your Business
20 minutes | Nov 21, 2022
Why Online Businesses are the Perfect Lifestyle Businesses
Are you thinking of starting a business or side hustle? You should definitely consider a lifestyle business. What is a lifestyle business? What are the benefits of a lifestyle business? Is everyone’s lifestyle business the same? Who is a lifestyle business NOT for? How do you automate your business so you aren’t working all the time? Listen in as Janine and Deanna discuss these topics and more! If you enjoyed this episode with Janine let us know! Shoot me an email to Hello@TheStayAtHomeNurse.com I have more episodes in this series so be on the look out and be sure to hit the bookmark to subscribe so you never miss an episode.
10 minutes | Oct 17, 2022
Is Case Management a Good Career Move for Nurses?
Have you ever wondered how much Case Managers make? Would you like to know how Case Manager’s salaries compare to Nurses' salaries? We cover this and so much more in this week's episode of The Stay at Home Nurse podcast. Join us today as we answer these questions and compare recent survey results from nurses and case managers. Click here to listen to TSAHN Is Case Management a Good Career Move for Nurses? Time Stamp: 2:07 Case Managers Earn More Than Nurses 3:15 How Benefits Compare 3:53 Nurses and Case Manager's Job Satisfaction Compared 4:29 Salary & Benefits 5:11 Overtime 6:02 Demographics 7:45 Conclusion: Case Management Is A Great Career Move for Nurses Additional Resources: 2022 Case Management Salary and Trends Survey Blog Article - Is Case Management a Good Career Move for Nurses? Case Management and Utilization Management: Career Options for Nurses Course Foundations of Case Management: A Practical Guide for RNs Transitioning from Nurse to Case Manager Book Foundations of Case Management Series Courses Case Management Institute
41 minutes | Oct 10, 2022
A Day in the Life of a Cleveland Clinic Inpatient Case Manager
Description #65 - Would you like to know what it’s like to work as an inpatient case manager at a large, not-for-profit academic hospital that sees patients from all over the world? Then join us today as we learn about a day in the life of an inpatient case manager at the Cleveland Clinic. Shownotes Time Stamp 3:54 A day in the life of an inpatient case manager at the Cleveland Clinic 7:54 The culture of the Cleveland Clinic 10:40 The patient population of the Cleveland Clinic 12:48 How is the Cleveland Clinic handling the nursing shortage? 22:54 What the Cleveland Clinic looks for when hiring new team members 35:51 Interested in working at the Cleveland Clinic - KUHRM@ccf.org Links Mentioned In This Episode Are you interested in an inpatient case management position at the Cleveland Clinic in Ohio? Reach out to Michele Kuhr at email@example.com Are you interested in learning more about case management? We have several options for you at the Case Management Institute. Want to dip your toes in the water? Check out our FREE 1CNE Webinar, Case Management & Utilization Management, Career Options for Nurses. Ready for a shallow Dive? Check out our book Foundations of Case Management: A Practical Guide for RNs Transitioning from Nurse to Case Manager available on Amazon and at our publisher Blue Bayou Press And if you are ready for the deep dive we have our Foundations of Case Management Courses. In this course, you will learn everything you need to know to begin your career in case management… without the time and expense of going back to school for a Master’s Degree, so that you can have a rewarding career as a case manager even if you don’t have 10’s of thousands of dollars and years to invest.
13 minutes | Oct 3, 2022
The Secret to Finding Your Dream Job
Description Are you looking for your dream job? Have you been applying for job after job and getting nowhere? Or maybe you haven’t been applying at all because you would rather deal with the devil you know than the one you don’t know? Maybe you are content where you are but wonder if there is something better out there for you. If you answered yes to any of these questions then this episode is for you! I’m going to share with you the secret to finding your dream job. And it’s easier than you think! Show Notes Time stamps: topic 1:35 - What to do and not do to land your dream job. 2:32 - Examples 4:07 - The 1st step to landing your dream job 4:15 - Questions to ask yourself 5:15 - The 2nd step to landing your dream job 5:31 - Real-life examples 9:11 - The 3rd step to landing your dream job 10:56 - The final step to landing your dream job 11:57 - Recap
18 minutes | Sep 26, 2022
Description #63 - After over a year of being on hiatus, The Stay At Home Nurse Podcast is back! In this first episode of our new season, I want to share with you why I put the podcast on hold, what I have been doing since pausing the podcast, lessons learned during the last 16 months, and what you can expect from the podcast in the future. I’ve learned some very valuable lessons and I’m excited to share them with you! Show Notes Here are links to some of the things and people mentioned in the podcast… Links 1:30 Foundations of Case Management book 2:54 Janine Kelbach WriteRN 2:54 UP Lifestyle Business 5:11 A Practical Guide to Acute Care Case Management 14:28 Cliff Ravenscraft
35 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
From Nurse Practitioner to Independent Practice to Co-Founder of The Institute for Pelvic Health
Description #62 - This episode is part of our series on nurses who took the leap to leave their traditional nursing position and go full-time on their entrepreneurial journey during the COVID-19 pandemic. Today, we’re talking with Kathy Kates. Kathy is a family nurse practitioner and pelvic floor therapist. Kathy’s firsthand knowledge about pelvic health comes from her experience as a mom and a former cancer patient. Her work is enhanced by over 10 years as a nurse practitioner, running a women’s health program at a federally qualified health center. Listen in as Kathy tells us her story of going from burned-out nurse practitioner to co-founder of The Institute for Pelvic Health. One of the biggest decisions you have to make in your journey from side hustle to full-time entrepreneur is when to make the leap. In “normal” times this is a hard decision, but the uncertainty of the pandemic has brought a new set of challenges. And yet a large number of nurses have decided to do just that; leave the “security” of their traditional nursing job and go full time with their business. And the results have been tremendously positive. I want to share their inspiring stories with you. Show Notes If you’re interested in starting your entrepreneurial journey, I’d like to invite you to one of our free webinars. During this webinar training Janine Kelbach and I teach you what a lifestyle business is, and the framework we discovered to starting and growing a successful lifestyle business. To get more information on how you can join our next live training go to unconventionalprofessionals.com. More about Kathy Kathy is a family nurse practitioner and pelvic floor therapist. Kathy’s firsthand knowledge about pelvic health comes from her experience as a mom and a former cancer patient. Her work is enhanced by over 10 years as a nurse practitioner, running a women’s health program at a federally qualified health center. Kathy works with Melissa Hines, a pelvic floor physical therapist. They utilize an interdisciplinary holistic approach to pelvic health in both the clinic and mentorship. This unique approach works so beautifully, that Kathy and Melissa were inspired to create the Institute for Pelvic Health. The Institute for Pelvic Health empowers nurse practitioners by providing real pelvic floor education for real clinical situations with free weekly YouTube videos. An online course (with CEU credit available) will be available in July of 2021. Connect with Janine Instagram: @instituteforpelvichealth Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/instituteforpelvichealth LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/institute-for-pelvic-health YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6iv5-NAbqkQ&t=1s
9 minutes | May 7, 2021
Why I Quit My Work From Home Nurse Job
Description #061 - It was a long journey for me to go from a bedside nurse to a work from home nurse. So why after finally getting the work-from-home job of my dreams would I quit that job? That’s what we’ll talk about in this week's episode of the Stay at Home Nurse Podcast. Listen through as I also share the first of many steps to my success. It’ll leave you wanting to figure out your own dream and going for that dream. Show notes You are listening to this podcast because you want something more. I am personally inviting you to join our FREE Zoom webinar on creating your own lifestyle business. This event will be Sunday, May 16th at 2 PM Eastern, 1 PM Central, 12 PM Mountain, and 11 AM Pacific on the Zoom platform. Register by clicking the link below. See you there! Register Here! https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/4816201734770/WN_K0uozgYzRWu-d4v_HpALgQ Other Episodes Mentioned Episode #5 From Bedside Nurse to Living on the Beach in Mexico Join and connect with me on ClubHouse. You can find me by searching my name Deanna Gillingham or @dgillingham If you are interested in one of my mastermind programs or are interested in lifestyle business coaching feel free to shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow The Stay At Home Nurse on Facebook and join The Stay At Home Nurse Podcast FB group. We have a listing for each episode that you can share with your friends. We are also @the_stay_at_home_nurse on Instagram. Follow me there and share the podcast. And finally follow me, Deanna Cooper Gillingham on LinkedIn. To learn more about case management click here. Have a question or topic you want to be covered? Send us an email at Hello@TheStayAtHomeNurse.com
47 minutes | Apr 30, 2021
From Nurse Practitioner to 6-figure Entrepreneur by Creating Heaven on Earth with Liz Rohr NP
Description #060 - Today on The Stay At Home Nurse Podcast, we get to sit down and chat with Liz Rohr NP. Liz is a primary care family nurse practitioner, and the founder of Real World NP - an online educational platform and business where she creates the products she wishes she had when starting out as a nurse practitioner. Her business is growing and she’s bringing on employees while creating a happy place to work. Show notes More About Liz Liz Rohr is a family nurse practitioner, educator, wife, mom, and multiple 6-figure entrepreneurs. Since 2015, she's been a PCP with her own panel (1200+ patients when full-time). Today, she works part-time in a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) in Boston, MA, and runs Real World NP. She’s been a nurse for over a decade and got her BSN from Boston College and MSN from UCLA. Credentials aside, she’s the kind of girl you'll find perusing Up-To-Date on her phone before bed— she can't help herself. When she’s not poring over textbooks or crafting videos, you can find her snuggling her German Shepherd-mix pup, or playing Anna and Elsa with her three-year-old daughter. Connect with Liz Email: email@example.com Instagram: @realworldnp Facebook: www.facebook.com/realworldnp LinkedIn: www.LinkedIn.com/realworldnp Website: https://www.realworldnp.com/ Get your Free Ultimate Resource Guide for the New NP. Click on this link: https://www.realworldnp.com/guide
50 minutes | Apr 2, 2021
Entrepreneur & Still A Nurse
Description #059 - How can changing your thinking from “someone should” to “I can” can change your world? How do you survive nursing school with two littles? How can changes open your eyes to new opportunities? So many interesting topics for today’s episode! This episode is a little bit different as we bring you an episode from the Still A Nurse Podcast by Tristan Soelber, where I had the honor of being her guest. You will love Tristan’s interview style! She does an amazing job of digging deep. I invite you to take a listen and have your eyes opened to a new aspect of nursing that is NOT taught in school! In it we talk about: How I learned to balance school and family time to reach my goal with a new baby and a toddler at home What qualifications you need to become a case manager The book, which started as a side hustle, eventually led to a second edition, a course, and a business And a lot more! Show Notes Join and connect with me on ClubHouse. You can find me by searching my name Deanna Gillingham or @dgillingham If you are interested in one of my mastermind programs or are interested in lifestyle business coaching feel free to shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org Follow The Stay At Home Nurse on Facebook and join The Stay At Home Nurse Podcast FB group. We have a listing for each episode that you can share with your friends. We are also @the_stay_at_home_nurse on Instagram. Follow me there and share the podcast. And finally follow me, Deanna Cooper Gillingham on LinkedIn. To learn more about case management click here. Have a question or topic you want to be covered? Send us an email at Hello@TheStayAtHomeNurse.com
34 minutes | Mar 26, 2021
From Part-time Freelance Nurse Writer to Full Time Healthcare Content Marketing Agency with Janine Kelbach
Description #058 - One of the biggest decisions you have to make in your journey from side hustle to full-time entrepreneur is when to make the leap. In “normal” times this is a hard decision, but the uncertainty of the pandemic has brought a new set of challenges. And yet a large number of nurses have decided to do just that; leave the “security” of their traditional nursing job and go full time with their business. And the results have been tremendously positive. I want to share their inspiring stories with you. Today we’re talking with Janine Kalbach. Janine was my first podcast guest back on episode 15, “Getting Paid to Write as a Nurse”. It’s been less than a year since that episode was recorded and released, but a lot has changed in the world, her life, and her business. Listen in as she shares with us her reason for leaping into full-time entrepreneurship, how the pandemic caused her to pivot her business and more. Show Notes This episode is part of our series on nurses who took the leap to leave their traditional nursing position and go full time on their entrepreneurial journey during the COVID-19 Pandemic. In today’s episode, Janine Kelbach talks with us about: Her Entrepreneurial journey What inspired her to start her own business/side hustle initially And how the pandemic caused her to pivot her business Episodes Mentioned Episode 15 Getting Paid to Write as a Nurse More about Janine Janine Kelbach, BSN RNC-OB, is a wife, mom of 2 boys (and 2 Great Danes), educator, and author of the book, Entrepreneurs: 30+ Nurses Turn Into Business Owners and Share Their Secrets to Success. She has been a Freelance Health Content Writer since 2013 and is the CEO of Write RN. She hosts The Savvy Scribe Podcast and owns SavvyNurseWriter.com. Her team of RN writers helps healthcare companies with their content and social needs. Connect with Janine Email: email@example.com Instagram: @savvynursewriter Facebook: Savvy Nurse Writer Twitter: https://twitter.com/janinekelbach LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/writernjanine/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/writernllc/ Listen to her podcast or sign up to her writing course for nurses who want to become profitable health writers
23 minutes | Mar 12, 2021
Forensic and SANE Nursing with Marie McKenzie
Description #57 - It takes a special kind of nurse to work with victims of sexual assault. I had the honor of interviewing one of these very special nurses, Maie McKenzie. Marie has used her training in Forensic Nursing and as a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) in both the Emergency Department and community rape crisis centers. In today’s episode, Marie talks with us about: What inspired her to work in forensic nursing and specifically as a Sexual Assault Examiner The didactic training program she went through What this job entails How to be a SANE Her legal nurse consulting business Show Notes More about Marie Marie McKenzie, MBA, BSN, BA-HCS, RN, CEN, LNC is a registered nurse with over 23 years of experience. Marie has worked in the areas of Emergency/Trauma, Risk Management, Leadership, and Forensic Nursing as a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE). As a Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner, Marie has functioned both in the Emergency Department and community rape crisis centers. Marie McKenzie is an accomplished and experienced Registered Nurse, community volunteer, victims advocate, and trained Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner. When she is not on the job, Marie volunteers and advocates for survivors of sexual assault, rape, domestic violence, and individuals who are experiencing homelessness. She has volunteered for food banks, crisis pregnancy center, homeless organizations, and she was a board member for the Inner Truth Project, a center that strives to change the conversation surrounding sexual violence and help survivors find their voices. Connect with Marie Email: firstname.lastname@example.org LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marie-mckenzie-152b4083/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/marie.mckenzie Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bralgema/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/cognac22 I want to thank each and every one of you for listening to the podcast. It would be amazing if you would leave a review and rating. They are incredibly helpful and I value your feedback so much. Follow The Stay At Home Nurse on Facebook and join The Stay At Home Nurse Podcast FB group. We have a listing for each episode that you can share with your friends. We are also @the_stay_at_home_nurse on Instagram. Follow me there and share the podcast. And finally follow me, Deanna Cooper Gillingham on LinkedIn.
31 minutes | Mar 5, 2021
Designing A Business That Fits Your Life With Amanda Guarniere
Description #056 - Are you a nurse with a business or a nurse aspiring to start your own business? You don’t want to miss this episode! There are lots of people out there teaching nurses how to start a business. But the last thing you want to do is to start a business that doesn’t fit your lifestyle. In fact, one of the best benefits of owning a business is the lifestyle freedom that comes with it. In this episode we bring back Amanda Guarniere, The Resume Rx from episode 44, Nurse Resumes Made Easy. Amanda built a business for herself that gives her the freedom to live the lifestyle she desires. In 2020, during the pandemic, she went full-time with her business and hasn’t looked back since. This time we talk to Amanda about lifestyle, business, and taking the leap to full-time entrepreneurship. Show Notes Don’t Miss Moments! 2:00 Her path to leaving the bedside and starting a business that fits her life 7:00 Her business as a blessing in disguise, how it all transpired in her mind, and her decision to go all-in 8:58 Her struggle with survivors guilt for leaving the bedside during the pandemic 12:30 How she came up with the idea to start the Resume Rx and what helped her decide this is the business that aligns with her lifestyle Episodes Mentioned 044 Nurse Resumes Made Easy As a Stay At Home Nurse Podcast listener, receive a 20% discount to The ResumeRx amazing products. To get the 20% OFF, visit http://www.theresumerx.com and use coupon code ‘DEANNA’ at checkout, voila! Start enhancing your resume today and get instant access to The ResumeRx nurse résumé templates worth $120… for only $27! The template bundle is very much a "DIY" option and includes 6 designs, all of which come with layouts in Word, Pages, and Google Docs. Also, do you want a step-by-step tutorial for writing a memorable, eye-catching, and passionate résumé and cover letter? Check out Amanda’s Weekend Résumé Makeover course ($197). The WRM course is more of a tutorial-style course and includes training videos for Amanda’s exact process of writing each aspect of the résumé (and it includes the templates). More about Amanda Amanda Guarniere is an Ivy-league-educated nurse practitioner and entrepreneur, having founded The Résumé Rx in 2018. She helps nursing professionals with career and résumé strategy so that they can land the opportunities that leave them personally and professionally fulfilled. She has been featured as a ScrubsMag influencer to follow and is a 2020-2021 Doximity Op-Med writing fellow. Her favorite job is being a mom to her three young daughters. Connect with Amanda Email: email@example.com Instagram: @theresumerx Facebook: The Résumé Rx Twitter: https://www.linkedin.com/in/aguarniere Listen to her amazing Nurse Becoming Podcast where she features honest conversations about personal and professional growth through the lens of nursing.