COLD AND FLU SEASON | Week In The Life Of A FNP No 45

March 2. COLD AND FLU SEASON | Week In The Life Of A FNP No. 45. This week I felt like I worked at urgent care, and it was the worst! I am oh so appreciative of people who work in urgent care, because I have ZERO patients for it apparently! I also demonstrate some of my excellent parenting skills and make pizza and focaccia on my bread baking adventure!

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