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Monday, August 11, 2008

It's Moving Day at Nurse Ratched’s Place

Welcome to moving day at Nurse Ratched’s Place. Yep, I’m out of here and I’m moving to my own website. The great thing about moving to a new website is that you don’t have to pack, rent a truck, or pick up a heavy box and throw your back out. However, you do have to find someone who can do some heavy lifting (I'm clueless about computer stuff), and help you get to your new destination. My moving man is the one and only Shane from Healthcare Today and Ask He’s not one of the guys wearing overalls in the picture. He’s my blog angel. Thank you, Shane.

Please reset your links to my new web address, and come on over and see my new place. Check out I won’t ask you to carry boxes, and housewarming gifts are not required.


Blogger jaz said...

The new site is great! I will adjust my bookmark accordingly.

9:11 PM  
Blogger Jean-Luc Picard said...

This is the second change I've had to do today. It seems like everybody is moving!

3:18 PM  
Blogger Kris said...

I see the next step in your world domination has been checked off. Well done. Your minions support you always! :)

12:25 AM  
Blogger Doreen Orion said...

MJ -
Love the new place. How come I always end up living out of boxes for months after a move and you've already tidied up so well?

4:46 PM  
Blogger Lee Sherry said...

My name is Lee Sherry and I work in the web marketing department at Medical Scrubs Mall
I wanted to get in touch to see if we could possibly do some cross-promotion over the web. I'm hoping that you've got some time to schedule a chat on the phone this week about your website and possibly getting an advertising link or an unbiased interview of some kind for Medical Scrubs Mall on it.
Let me know if this is something that can work for you - we'd love to reciprocate by sending some of our site visitors your way as well. You can reach me anytime over email or at 954-626-2145.

3:39 PM  
Blogger Bo... said... long as you don't ask me to carry boxes. I was just "reborn" into a new location myself. The new site looks great!

8:23 PM  
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8:20 AM  
Blogger mudphudder said...

Congrats on the new site. Even though it can be a pain in the behind, isn't moving exciting?? (I'm a computer dork/nerd like that!) Your new site is looking great so far...I'm bookmarking it for future visits.

8:31 PM  
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12:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i am a recent new grad RN, finally landed my first job in psych. to my horror, i made a med error-gave an a.m. med in the p.m., approx 8 hours too soon. thankfully, my pt was not harmed. however, i feel like a complete failure. I am on orientation; the facility uses a MAK medication administration system, and i managed to screw up anyway. now i am second guessing my career choice as i do not want to cause harm to another.

1:25 AM  
Blogger Any87 said...

Checking our your new site, congratulations on moving to your own domain. .

7:06 PM  

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