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  • 21 May 2019
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10 cat and dog memes that sum up nursing

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In the latest edition of our meme saga, here are some cat and dog memes that truly depict nursing!

My hair at the start of the shift vs at the end

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When I finally get to take my bra off after a 12 hour shift

When you're getting ready for work and wonder where it all went wrong

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When you haven't been able to eat anything for your entire shift, so you go home and inhale the entire contents of your fridge

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When you get home and remember the things you forgot to say on report

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When you try to meal prep instead of snacking your way through your shift

When you have a deep rage burning inside you but you have to act nice to your patients

When 3 a.m. hits on the night shift

Me setting my alarm for the extra shift I wished I hadn't picked up

When it's my day off and remember I have to go back to work again tomorrow

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I publish blogs for Niche Jobs Ltd, covering all aspects within the health and social care industry. I have quite literally read and edited every single blog on each site, and it's helped grow my knowledge within the industry. I am consistently amazed at the dedication that every person within these professions put into their role - their job isn't just a job; it's what they live and breathe, it's in their bones, it's their vocation. And I think that's what we should all aspire to be like.

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