About Me

Hello, and welcome to my page!

My name is Kronii.

I am a traveling NICU Nurse, who fell into nursing as a second degree career. My path to nursing was not a straight one, it took lots of detours and resilience, but here are!


I started my nursing career in Louisville, KY knowing exactly what I wanted to do. I knew that I wanted to work in women’s health, and I knew I wanted to get paid while traveling. Though I thought my first love would’ve been L&D, what captured my soul even more was the NICU. I volunteered for one day and applied. I was offered my position 3 months before graduating from nursing school.

I loved the challenge to my critical thinking and skill set, but also loved the babies even more, OFCOURSE!

Becoming a nurse right before the pandemic started came with its own hardships. I quickly found myself stuck in Louisville, KY even though I’m from NY because the NY Board of Nursing was shut down for several months during the time I finished nursing school. After working in KY, I struggled to get a job in my home state of NY, as one year of NICU experience doesn’t take you very far in NYC. Thus, the birth of a travel nurse. To apply to a hospital and get denied due to lack of experience, but then get offered a travel position for the same hospital is the nursing world we now live in.

I have been a travel nurse ever since.


I want to help people because I had all the help in the world and through my years of being a nurse and experiencing traveling from state to state and facility to facility, I’ve realized that so many people have professional desires that are attainable If they only knew how to get there. Asking questions and getting advice saved me so much time and heartache because I knew the possibilities and potential I had pretty quickly on in my career.

The possibilities began to make themselves clear through conversations like …

“you’ll never be a nurse.” I am

“you have to start your nursing career in Medsurg.” I didn’t

“you can’t travel nurse until you have 1-2 years of experience.” I started at 10 months.

“you can’t work remote as a nurse without some in person experience first.” I landed a WFH job with no experience.

Let me let you in on a secret, the possibilities are endless, allow me to breathe life into your dreams.


I’m here to help perspective nurses. Do you want to become a nurse?

I’m here to help new nurses. Are you struggling to find your footing while transitioning into the world of nursing that is easily nothing like nursing school and you’ve realized just how much school unprepared you to be nurse.

I’m here to help travel nurses. Do you want to become a travel nurse? Are you looking for an adventure while getting paid?

I’m here to help nurses that are done with bedside. Are you tired of bedside? Are you looking to transition into a different position with less stress.

Tune into my blog where I will be relaying my experiences, tips, and support for YOU, no matter the stage of nursing you’re in.

If you ever need a hand or have any questions, feel free to leave them below and I will be more than happy to help you out.

And never forget, you CAN, and you WILL, because your dreams are right on the other side of untapped information.





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