Nurse Germz

The nick is Germz, add some miss, nurse coz I am a nurse in the Phil. Passion never runs out in me. I travel, I wanna stand out, I heal but just don't let anything come across along the way specially when I am about to chase my biggest dream of traveling the world!

Germz of Generality

And so I started this blog to feature all about my whereabouts here in the Philippines and out coz I can't just stay put at one place. Would you come with me? I would love to! See yah!

The 170 bucks traveling Nurse

I am oozing with "sayang" and "pagsisi" that I did not even mind searching for the right terms and its translation in English. Yes, I am in the out-of-field-of-nursing-work right now but I have no darn intention of forgetting the real me, of being a nurse. I know life is a funny person who just tries to make fun of nursing and show the not-so-good part of it and I am in no way allow myself to be trapped with it because surely deep inside it is just a big fat joke (as what I have said life is a funny person). And the real culprit of this whole thing is the one thing that I was not able to join the volunteers in a particular place for this month's batch. I know I was not really been good with the past hospital of my previous volunteer work of not completing my 400 hours but do I have any choice. Now tell me what choice will you get if there is a job there offering you a salary? Don't even dare speak if it is a "yes I will still continue my volunteer work" because you will be just another nurse added among those who say "I took up nursing to serve the sick." Let's take this in a business-way, we serve the sick people and I want to go abroad. Now that's what a real nurse is in other words it is called "ROI - Return of Investment." You invest your hardwork, time and commitment with money.

So, I did some interrogation and questioning in case I get update for the next batch. And I come to silence with the 170 bucks of budget per week. Just enough information I need for my obstreperous blog post (sorry for that).

I now raise my white flag as my sign of surrender for the day's blog posting.

Take care everyone.



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But all of them rang true, and reminded me of why I travel: to learn and grow, to challenge myself, stretch my limits and foster an appreciation of both the world at large and the chair waiting in front of the woodstove back home.
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