My history with the Hell’s Angels. A female rebel’s perspective. Part II

Continued… Back to this little strip club in Denver in 2007 which was apparently a hell of an interesting year for me. Every weekend HA members made their presence known at La Boheme. They would always make an effort to say hello to Rusty and the floor manager Michael. Another member was dating a bartender. […]

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Introductory Podcast

Episode 1: This is a podcast while I figure out how to podcast. I used a new app to record. There is a little feedback so I’ll work on fixing that. I cover an intro on my personal process of preventative wellness and tell you how much I just spent on make-up that won’t give […]

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F*ck the CrossFit Open. Unless you trained for that sh*t.

This past Tuesday I was tidying up an Operating Room Suite after a surgical procedure with my coworker Kevin. Kevin trains at a popular, but sh*tbox of a CrossFit gym in Boston, MA. I trained there once and thanked my lucky stars my tetanus was current, but at least the bathrooms were clean. Kevin has […]

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Blog make-over and where we’re headed.

After thoughtful consideration I decided to rename my budding blog project and podcast to The Rebel Nurse. I rationalized, if the world loves Dan Bilzerian and his d*ck tactics then the world will accept me too. I’m not going to be grabbing wieners indiscriminately for Instagram photos, but I will do my best to be […]

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My history with the Hell’s Angels: A female rebel’s perspective Part I

**Names have been changed to protect the innocent/guilty or whatever.** “What it’s like to date a Hell’s Angel,” is what I typed into my search engine some months ago looking for a good blog or article to read. I had recently started dating a member and was curious about what other women were saying about […]

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My first week in Boston. Discipline, drive, and finding a groove.

How amazing are bloggers who consistently crank out content? A month ago I was reading PaleOMG’s blog where she confirmed she posts 5-6 times a week. I snarkily snorted to myself; I can do that. No, no I can’t. What an arrogant net to cast only to catch myself in it like an ill fated […]

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Tony Robbins, social influencers, and cats.

  Lately I have been trying to increase my social media presence and create more content on my blog. Through this pursuit I have started following accounts of individuals with myriads of followers who fitness, blog, and/or do things similar to what I do. I don’t idolize social influencers, but I figure they must have […]

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An Ode to Travel Nursing

“Those three things – autonomy, complexity, and a connection between effort and reward – are, most people will agree, the three qualities that work has to have if it is to be satisfying.” ― Malcolm Gladwell, Outliers: The Story of Success If you have never read the book The Outliers I highly encourage you to do so. […]

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The week in review

It has been a super duper tough week which is weird because Mercury went out of retrograde December 20th. Boy, I was not prepared for that. During retrograde I unsuccessfully broke up with my boyfriend, twice. I found myself offended by innocuous things, and managed to start a gigantic tattoo on my leg that is […]

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