My name is Kathi Randall and I've been a registered nurse since 1994. Despite all my education and training, I prefer to research and learn atypical advice that contradicts the usual advice we are all taught in school.
I love to read, watch YouTube videos and collect credentials and initials after my name. But in the end, my favorite thing to do is to distill everything I learn in to simple principles and share what I've learned with others, especially other nurses.
My E-Books are written for nurses who want all the information, but don’t have time to do all the research.
Welcome to my website, it's filled with atypical advice on health, wealth, and careers, from me to you; just nurse to nurse.
Hi, this is Kathi and I'm so glad you are here and that you are interested in receiving atypical advice on health and wellness.
In my new E-Book you will learn 5 painless ways to lose weight – without counting calories or working out. Yes, you read that right!!!
We all know the statistics… 75% of Americans are overweight or obese and teetering on the edge of several chronic health conditions namely Type 2 Diabetes, hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, and cardiovascular disease.
And the scary fact is, according to the American Nurses Association, nurses are even less healthy than the average American. Nurses are more likely to be overweight, have higher levels of stress and get less sleep than they should. (Ref – https://www.healthynursehealthynation.org/)
We know that we should eat healthy foods, stress less and sleep more… so why don’t we?
There must be more sabotaging our healthy ideal weight than our knowledge and our willpower.
I want to share some atypical advice to jump start your weight loss journey – nurse to nurse.
There are some tricks, tips, and hacks that are based on science and can help you move the scale in the right direction, once and for all.
Our hormones have been hijacked, but you can take control back.
I know you want to feel healthy, vibrant, and energetic. I know I do!
We all need to be at a healthy weight for our knees, for our hearts, liver and most importantly for our brain. But, you also need to be at a healthy weight for all the things you want to accomplish, all the dreams you have for today and the future (after nursing).
I’m sure you have heard it before — self-care is not selfish — I believe this is true, but do you believe it?
Do you believe you are worth it?