Slip Resistant rubber outsole. Removable EVA insole with ventilation holes. IMEVA lightweight upper & midsole construction provides exceptional cushioning,shock absorption and all day comfort. Printed Anywear logo on insole lining. The Insole’s top fabric is Anti Microbial treated to reduce odor-causing bacteria. The APMA Seal of Acceptance is awarded to products of exceptional quality that promote good foot health. Roomy toe box for a comfortable ¿t. Vent holes in the side panel allows air to pass through inside of shoe. Check size chart to convert the size to men. Heel height: 1 3/2” #hamiltonscrubs
Thirteen weeks up, thirteen weeks down. UMC, you were good to me and I'll truly miss y'all. Time for the next adventure. Texas, prepare yourself for the trex effect. -
Attention Seattle Travel Nurses!!!! Fun FREE event!! 💜🤸🏽♀️@nurse_org
❤️February is heart month! Cardiovascular disease, including heart disease and stroke, remains the leading global cause of death with more than 17.3 million deaths each year. .
💜We’re encouraging nurses to focus more on cardiovascular health.
That's why Nurse.org is hosting a Pure Barre @purebarrewa class FREE for nurses in the Seattle/Redmond, WA area. .
🤸🏽♀️When? Saturday February 10, 2018
🏋🏻♂️Where? Pure Barre - Redmond, WA
💰Cost? FREE! .
💁🏻♂️💁🏽♀️Join @nurse.blake and Angelina @travelnursinginsider at this exciting event!
Sign up with the link in our bio - spots are limited.
"I think it’s important for anyone to identify themselves as more than their career. Our jobs are a huge portion of who we are and what we do but certainly not everything. I am an athlete. From competitive swimming as a kid, doing my first triathlon when I was 12, to track and field, and playing volleyball through college, to coming full circle and competing in USA triathlon nationals, competition and sports have always been my jam. My identity as an athlete carries into nursing and most aspects of my life. Doing both individual and team sports taught me the importance of hard work, accountability, time management and team-work." How do you identify beyond "nurse"? One of our faves' feature on the blog! ☝🏻link in bio