My bag was my folder and I knew where everything was. And doing swell
Shoving my stethoscope, sphygmomanometer, pulse ox, pen, wound care supplies, and nurses notes in my bag without a binder as i rush to my next patient
@sikkdog, *throws a bunch of what looks like random tools in a bag*i have everythingi need to rebuild an engine! Lets do this!
@MMSieBreeze, oh wait...*throws a bunch of other tools in another bag* alright, i can rebuild a transmission now too...
Wait fvck! *grabs another bag of tools* differentials too!
One more thing *grabs a bag of electrical diagnostic tools* okay, now we’re ready!
@sikkdog, and not forget the never ending dump at the end of the day from scrub pockets.
@BeccersEliz , lol yup. Pens, little notes on pieces of paper, gum. Lol somehow i throw the weirdest things in my pocket throughout the rush of the day
@sikkdog, i put on a clean pair of pants for work in the mornings and occasionally find surprises like used gloves, unused gloves, pens that are not mine, syringes, unopened Narcan, etc
@sikkdog, You still use a manual sphyg, you basic b*tch! Hahahahaha!
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@sikkdog, glad to see I'm not the only kid like that that turned out to be a nurse!
@LookOutASni, im wound care certified and have been a nurse for 12 years. I work for a wound care specialist and do home health part time. Have worked at nursing homes and in the emergency dept. But yea im a basic bjtch as you say cus i know how to use a manual sphyg. Get some experience kid then talk
I'm doing fine...considering current year and most of last year.
Getting ready to get my IT degree
Graduated college in the middle of a global pandemic, working at a real big boy job. I think everyone here was papers in backpacks sorta people, being software engineers and whatnot.
@FriendlyWalrus, not I. My life was disorganized in other ways. But not my backpack. So I had that going for me, which is nice.
I didn't start doing that till my second bachelor's degree. By that point, papers were basically junk anyway. Typically it was already posted online anyway.
I threw all the papers away, Im a programmer now, everything gets thrown in 1 of 2 folders named "Sht" or "Bullsht" on my desktop~
Doing my PhD... so yeah, a disorganised pit of despair
I always used folders to keep my stuff organized and safe, more of an OCD thing
@megamanx181x, I get that but I used to shove my papers in my bag because my OCD had me ironing my crinkled papers on low because of the smell and the orgasmic feeling I got from seeing them smooth out. MMMM!
@ TouchMyCatEars, that’s a whole new level of sensory high
@megamanx181x, and it was some of the best toe curling orgasms
@ TouchMyCatEars, that’s a hidden talent
@megamanx181x, so is getting off while having my nips licked and sucked. or so I've read..
@ TouchMyCatEars, so you read after sharing the experience and blacking out from the pleasure
@ TouchMyCatEars, you... Whut? Ironed your homework papers? Sick. Whatever gets you off I guess. Congrats on the paper ironing orgasms though. That's pretty cool.
Working as a computer programmer, it's a lot easier to find files on a computer lol
Ehhhhh I'm fine i guess
I quit my first job to continue studying because I didn't want to get left behind intellectually after leaving school
Doing better than the ones with binders
I had folders. Life still sucks
I had a folder but I never touched those notes a second time, am I an idiot? Probably.
An engineer lolz
in need of advice
Bouta graduate witha degree in poli sci
Seems to have worked out ok for Musk.
I'm a firefighter 👨🏾🚒
I run my own company. I use voice to text and every document is digitized immediately. I don’t even sign things any more. Just PDF signature stamp.
Yea we’re not doing that good man
Ironically I’m a teacher
Pretty much where I was then
Meh, I ended up ok. All things considered.
I’m right here