Sunday, December 11, 2011

Finals time!!

Then, I'm hoping to be back shortly afterwards. I have missed the blogging world, but have been working hard in school and working full time. Oh along with being a mom and wife. Good times right? I hope you have all been well and are having fun getting ready for the holidays! I had a small panic attack when I went to find my blog and realized my domain had expired.. Thought I lost everything! Phew, that would have been slightly frustrating. Glad to still be here! Talk to you all soon!

Much love,


Monday, October 10, 2011

Anyone home?

It has been way too long! Life has been the most busy it has ever been so I apologize for the long absence. Midterms are next week so I have a ton of studying to be done and I have been working full-time hours recently.. At my NEW job! I have been working on getting this position for almost a year now and after way too many applications, I finally made it in to the company I wanted to. I will return after mid-terms and up-date you all on everything, I can't wait to share more! Thanks for sticking around (I am sure many of you can relate to the craziness!) Hope you all are doing well!

Much love,


Saturday, September 3, 2011

Seams Mod giveaway winner is....

Sorry for the delay, I let it go on a little longer in hopes of more entries, but no such luck. I don't do many giveaways on my blog so that may be why. (Better luck next time!) Without further ado, the winner of the $20.00 store credit to SeamsMod is: 

Comment #2!
Stevie @ MooreBabies said... 
I follow Balancing stilettos and scrubs via GFC.
 Congrats Stevie! You have 48 hours to get back to me letting me know you received my email, or another winner will be drawn :) 

Thank you to all who participated!


Monday, August 29, 2011

My mini make-over

Two weeks ago, I decided to chop off a lot of my hair... I usually regret it after a couple days, but this time I am loving it! Sad, but true- The last time I cut my hair was when I was 7 months pregnant with Brighton! Over two years ago, how bad is that? This salon visit was definitely due!

I had scheduled a baby sitter for the day and headed out at 9 am. After I hit up Starbucks, I went to the Aveda Institute hair school and was treated like royalty.. For 6 hours! It was- awwwwwmazin'. I had my hair cut first, a deep conditioning treatment paired with a hot towel facial, a shoulder and hand massage and a nice pedicure last. I was offered Tea, water and my stylist was beyond sweet. I Loved it! Oh, and splurged on my first nice hair products. All in all, it was a fun-much-needed day! Oh- and I almost forgot... I got my $50.00 gift certificate to the Aveda school on city deals for just $21.00! I love a good bargain. You have no idea just how excited I was to find that!

A new me:
buh-bye long hair!


Saturday, August 27, 2011

Lemon Rice with seasonal vegetables

I am a sucker for rice...Well make that any carbs. Just love em. What can I say? It's probably why I have failed at loosing any weight in the last two months. My good friend Megan introduced me to this amazing recipe about a year ago, I lost it and just recently found it again. I LOVE it- not only for the fact that it is easy peasy, but because it is also healthy and really tasty!

Note: This dish is courtesy of Weight Watchers- I am not on Weight watchers, just love this recipe.

Lemon Rice with Seasonal Vegetables: 

Sorry, I'm not the best food photographer!

*This dish can be served on it's own OR as a side dish*

Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooking time: 20 minutes

What you'll need:

  • 1 cup uncooked brown rice, long grain is preferred
  • 1 tsp turmeric
  • 2 1/2 cups (or more) broccoli florets
  • 1-2 medium fresh carrots- peeled and sliced thin
  • 1 medium lemon- juice and zest
  • 1/2 tsp black pepper
  • 1/8 tsp salt


1) Cook your rice according to the package instructions- Add your turmeric to the rice water.

2) While waiting for the rice to cook, heat a medium saucepan filled with 2/3 cup water to boiling point, add broccoli and carrots and let them cook for appx. 5 minutes (or you can let them steam in the microwave, whichever you prefer.) Drain the water out of the veggies and add back to the pan. 

3) Add your rice to the vegetables. Stir in the lemon and zest; heat thoroughly over low heat. 

4) Season to perfection with salt and pepper; serve! 

*For a variation, you can substitute shredded cabbage for the broccoli and a turnip could replace the carrot. 

*This recipe is vegan


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Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Welcoming a SeamsMod Giveaway

For a giveaway! Hurray, the crowd goes wild!
I am proud to introduce:

This is a first for me.. I actually won my cute bag from Boufee e Bambini. I loved it so much I contacted the shop owner letting at SeamsMod her know how much I adored the bag I won from the giveaway and offered to do a review on it. That then led to her offering to sponsor this giveaway for all of you! Pretty cool huh?

I am seriously in love with this hand bag! Why do I love it so much?

1) It goes with practically everything! It is black and off white.

2) It is reversible! Who wouldn't love two purses for the price of one? The inside is more black with stripes.

3) The fabric is simply Fabulous... It has texture to it and is very durable. Both functional and cute!

4) It stays on your shoulder, perfectly! I don't know about you, but it drives me crazy when my purses keep sliding off my shoulder.

5) It is the perfect size :) I have enough room for my big wallet, day planner, lotion, lip gloss, powder, pens, gum, all of it!

6) The mini clutch holds my iPhone perfectly! 

 Here is my cute bag along with my mini clutch:

Not only does SeamsMod offer reversible totes and mini clutches, but she also has hand made burp cloths and diaper clutches. The styles are all modern, unique and gorgeous

Wanna win a $20.00 shop credit to Seams Mod Etsy shop? Here we go!

1) Head over to SeamsMod- Tell me what is your favorite item is!
2) Become a follower of Balancing stilettos and scrubs

Would you like some extra entries? (Not mandatory)

1) Follow SeamsMod on Facebook
2) Follow Balancing stilettos and scrubs on Facebook, Twitter and Networked blogs. Tweet about this giveaway, +2 additional entries. Leave two comments to get them please!
3) Follow me on Pintrest

This giveaway will end 11:59 pm on August 31, 2011.

Thank you for stopping by and reading! Good luck to all of you! 


Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Wordless Wednesday-Nursing School

My new semester.. At a new school... Starting a years worth of school over, begins tomorrow. To all who are starting school, have a wonderful semester and hang in there! It's all up hill from here for me, making the decision to do this was the hard part. <3 <3 <3 Here's to following dreams!

Here are a few of my favorite inspirational quotes from Pinterest this week: 

All photos courtesy of Pinterest



Wednesday, August 17, 2011

SITS love and some lovely upcoming posts

For Women

I, me, yes- Marci here at Balancing Stilettos and Scrubs was featured on the SITS girls website on Monday! I have been waiting for this day for almost a year now! It was everything and more than I had hoped for. I have never been shown so much love and support here on this blog, ever! I was left grinning from ear, to ear. You guys rocked my socks and have given me more motivation to be a great Nurse, than I have have ever had before. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart. I love all of you and thank you for your continued support!

Coming up soon:

I will be doing a Q&A post from all of the questions I got on Monday soon. I'm looking forward to it! Pitch me any more questions you may have.

A review & giveaway from the lovely Seams Mod shop- YAY! It's been far too long, I know. You're going to love this shop everyone!

A review & Giveaway from Modern Med Tools!

Oh, I almost forgot- The recipe for this fab dish...

Thank you again to all of you who left me those sweet comments! 
Have a wonderful Thursday,


Tuesday, August 16, 2011

How to keep it all together

Today is August 15th... Can you believe it? I don't know about you but I am pretty giddy that fall and school are just around the corner! I have been on a nice, much needed break for the last month and a half and have been enjoying every minute of it! I start my first semester at a new school next week.. I'm a little bit nervous, but who isn't on their first day? First days of school in college are filled with a lot of emotions. It's so different than it was in grade school, or even high school but oh so much more fun, right?! (Well at least I seem to think so..) For this fresh new start, I went school shopping with my sweet Mom for some new outfits and some fun school supplies. It brought back a lot of great memories from my childhood!

This coming up Fall semester I will be taking more credits than I have ever attempted before, 17. Three of the classes are re-takes from the private institution I was enrolled in over the last year (that weren't allowed to transfer to my new school) so hopefully it won't be too bad. I got A's in all three last time so hoping for a good semester, shooting for a 3.8-3.9 at the very least.

As a Nursing student, staying on top of my studying and being organized are extremely important! I wanted to share some of my ideas for staying organized and keeping it together while being a Mom of two toddlers, a part-time CNA, volunteer and full-time student. There is no reason you can't do it if I can, you can. Seriously. :)

How to keep it all together:

1. Invest in a day planner. I actually have two, one for personal organization, ie: Levin's  preschool info, field trips, the boys doctors appointments, etc. The other stays in my backpack and I use it to log all assignments, tests and all things school related. 

2. Plan ahead, with all things possible. 
Make your dinner menu for the week on a Sunday, so before you go grocery shopping you can have all your meals planned ahead of time for your grocery list and go get it over with! Two less things to think about for the rest of the week. Hurray!

3. Make a schedule and stick to it!
If your days start early like mine are about to- 4:30 am, you want to make a schedule and do your best to stick to it. Try and make at least 15 minutes for yourself some where in your long days, it helps more than we know! Forming a schedule helps the days flow a little better than they may have without one and we kind of have an idea how the day is going to flow. Also, try and make time for a little exercise. I know, I know.. Blegh right?

4. Study, daily!
If you do it everyday, it becomes a habit. And a good one at that. It can be time consuming, but so worth it! I make it priority to do so every night. I can't go to sleep until I have studied for the day. With this new semester, I may start doing more in the mornings before my kids wake up on the days I don't have class instead of getting into bed at 2-3 am. 

5. Take a nice long bath at least once a week!

6. If you are in a relationship or Married, keep a date night set aside for you and you loved one at least once a month! It's nice to really sit down together for dinner, coffee, whatever it may be to just catch up on everything! Even if you're not in a relationship- plan a night out with some good friends!

7.Hang in there! If you're having a bad day, try and remember five things that made you happy and smile from the day before. If these things really rocked your socks, write them down! I always keep a notebook with me wherever I go to write down thoughts, ideas, inspiration, etc.

Much love!


Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Koi Scrubs

Recently I was approached by the fashion-forward scrub company,
Koi scrubs to see if I may be interested in taking part in doing a review of their scrubs. Umm, how could I say no? Their scrubs are some of the best available on the market today. I had heard of Koi previously and was pretty excited that I had been chosen for this opportunity! Their scrubs, are top of the line, Great quality, comfortable, cute and they get a lot of attention! Remember back on the day, when scrubs were plain ol' boring? Blah-boring colors, not flattering at all to wear? Wow, we have certainly come a long way!

Koi scrubs are very flattering and the design options are endless! Whether you are going for comfort for one of your many long shifts, or if you're like me, style- You can have both with Koi scrubs. There is a great selection of solids, patterns, prints, almost anything you could want. They have several different types of “styles” to choose from as well. One of my favorites besides the Abba top I reviewed is “The Bridgettte top." It is made up of a contemporary print with two convenient pockets in front.  

My personal favorite style of pants is the “Zara pants.” They feature an elastic waist band, which normally I don't like- but these pants fit amazing! The snap button is placed on the side, with a cute zipper that has a detailed heart hanging from it. (Details, details- they are never put aside with Koi scrubs!) The legs are flared so they fall over your shoes/clogs nicely and look great. The other great thing about these pants? They come in different length options! Ranging from petite-tall.Along with all the pockets a Nurse or Physician could ever need! 

You can't go wrong with any of the scrubs you choose from Koi. Not only will you look great on your shift, you will be extremely comfortable which is a plus! One last thing to worry about right? They also carry a great line of scrubs for men along with fabulous lab coats.

My favorite things about Koi scrubs?

*The comfort
*The style options: Feeling fabulous in scrubs is what it's all about!
*The sizing options: Their scrubs are very "true to size" and I love that they have petite-tall options!
*The added details that they place on their scrubs: Whether it be their gorgeous Koi label, the stitching, the little hearts attached to the zipper, all of it is great! 

Here I am in my Abba top- Bandanna White, size medium. This top is a 360* top meaning it can be worn both ways!  

Here is a little more detail: 

I am definitely pleased with these scrubs and highly recommend you check them out for more styles and designs! Let them know I sent ya :) 

You can find Koi scrubs on:

Much Love!


Tuesday, August 2, 2011

My two lovelies.

I feel like I am behind at getting a "Levin and Brighton" current stats/favorite things post up! They have grown so much and like all other kiddos, wayyyyy too fast! I take pictures of them almost every day, probably a few too many (If there is such a thing!) Here is just a glimpse at them, what they have been up to these days and what they're loving at this stage.

Let's start with Levin:

Age: Today you are 3 years and 4 months old.
Favorite food: Boca Chikn's, Nature Valley fruit and nut bars, graham crackers, oatmeal, strawberry soy milk.
Favorite movie: Tangled and Harry Potter
Favorite thing to do: Play outside with all your new friends here in the neighborhood, play your Leapster, play with cars, trucks, books, color, paint.
Current accomplishments: You got potty trained in less than 3 weeks!
Favorite cartoon: Busy Town Mysteries and Word world
Favorite activity to do: Cheerio necklaces, and anything with our foam sheets, water color painting.
Other favorite things, friends, toys: Your new little best friend is Oliver and Hagan. You 3 will be starting preschool together soon!

Now onto sweet little Brighton: 

Age: Today you are1 year and 9 months old!
Favorite food: Boca Chikn's, strawberry Kashi bars, Apples & Peanut butter, Scooby Doo fruit snacks, Wheat ritz crackers, graham crackers, oatmeal, chocolate soy milk.
Favorite movie: Tangled- You absolutely love Paskel
Favorite thing to do: You love to play with any cars and trucks you can get your hands on, you love me and daddy to read books to you, coloring and to sleep with ALL of your little animals.
Current accomplishments: You are talking a lot more these days! You love to ask "Whats that?" and wave/say bye bye when Mommy leaves to work/school.
Favorite cartoon: Busy Town Mysteries, Wonder Pets. 
Favorite activity to do: Color and read books.
Other favorite things, friends, toys: The light up fish tank in your room, Tigee, your blanky, your binky and my stilettos ;)

You two are my world, I love you more than you will ever know! 
Love you always and forever, your  Mommy.


Thursday, July 28, 2011

No-Bake cookies {Vegan style}

Did the "No-bake" Phrase catch you? Or are you a life-long lover of these deeeelish cookies? I have always been! I remember my Mom making them for me when I was little and every time I would try, I failed. Yes, friends I failed at no-bake cookies... I haven't always been such a good cook ;) Alright, alright, so I'm not that great but I try! Well, here at our home we keep as much vegan food in the house as possible. I am working on being better, but slip every now and then. My kids and husband eat strictly vegan though. I wanted to make something new and different from our "normal" desserts {i.e. Cupcakes..} And decided on these lovelies.
Initially, I couldn't remember the ingredients and was hope, hope, hoping I could replace the dairy ingredients and make them vegan style. Mission accomplished! They turned out perfectly, hurray!

Here is the spruced up No-Bake cookie recipe, Vegan Style:

  • 1 3/4 Cups of sugar
  • 1/4 Cup of brown sugar
  • 4 Tbsp Cocoa 
  • 1 Stick Earth Balance Butter
  • 1/2 Cup of Rice Dream, original Rice milk
  • 1 Cup of Peanut Butter
  • 1 Tbsp of Pure Vanilla
  • 3 Cups of quick oats 
  • Waxed paper -OR- Cake/brownie pan

Directions for finger-lickin' good cookies:

In a large sauce pan, bring to boil: Your sugar, brown sugar, cocoa, Earth Balance butter and rice milk. Let these ingredients boil for about 1 minute, then add your peanut butter, vanilla and oatmeal. Stir well and using a spoon, drop little scoops onto your wax paper to set up, or if using a brownie pan, pour mixture into the pan and let set for about an hour and enjoy!! 

This Recipe was inspired by, made with vegan love by me.


Sunday, July 24, 2011

Smooth.. Or maybe not so much.

Woah... Life has taken a 360* degree turn in the last month. How does that even happen so fast? Jeez. Well, I've been hanging on by the seat of my pants and ready for a whole new adventure. As many of you may know, I was in Nursing school working on my AAS of Nursing. I was exactly half-way through.. Until 2 weeks ago. I left. I respectfully withdrew myself from the technical schools Nursing program and to date, it was the best decision I have made. You may be wondering why? Why the hell would someone walk away, half way through their Nursing program?

Many reasons. Many good, positive, right reasons. 

To start, I had a horrible last quarter. Horrible to say the least. My very last day of finals, I "failed" my Physiology final by 2 questions. The minimum grade you can get in any Nursing core class at this particular school is a 70%. If you get any less, you have to  (x) amount of tuition to retake the whole thing again along with getting held back 3 months. I just happen to get a 68%. I was half way through and this happened? I had an overall 80% grade in the class... I worked the hardest I have in my life last quarter, I was studying 25+ hours a week outside of class. Well, come to find out it was a Blessing in disguise. It brought to light what I really wanted to do with my degree, to achieve and to succeed at. I have always wanted, and dreamed about attending a respectful University.

If I were to stay at the private school I was at, ZERO of my credits would transfer to a regionally accredited University. I would have basically had to start over when I wanted to work towards my Bachelors, then eventually my masters. Awful, I know. I knew this going into the program, and initially I was fine with having an AAS in Nursing, but have since changed my mind.. For the better I hope! I want more opportunities in my field. I recently attended a NICU conference and had some nice talks with several Nurses that were there. I got some wonderful advice from many of them and took it to heart. Many have said that the outlook in the next 5-10 years is that hospitals may start requiring a Bachelors degree for RN's instead of an AAS in Nursing.  So I'm going for it! Taking a huge leap of faith and never looking back. It is hard to take in that the whole last years education is virtually worth nothing and that I have to repeat all of the classes, but I feel this is the right and best decision for my future as a Neonatal Nurse. I start classes in less than a month, starting off with 13 credits. I am so excited! Shouldn't be too hard to get a good GPA this quarter. Shooting for a 4.0. Wish me luck on all of this!



Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Wordless Wednesday- Levin edition

I Just love this little dude- He is currently potty training and is rocking it! 
(Hence the potty seat on his head, teehee! Don't worry, it hadn't been used yet!) 

Happy Wednesday everyone!!


Monday, June 27, 2011

Scrub Ink!

"Custom Printed. Fabulously fitted. Designer Scrubs."

Let me first begin with saying, I am pleased to finally be able to have the time to be blogging! Nursing school is slowly "stealing" more and more of it lately but I am slowly growing used to it. Along with school,  I have also been working as a CNA for a Home health and Hospice company where scrubs are the dress code. (What better dress code can there be!? Teehee.) I have quite the selection, but like many other people in the Medical profession, the saying goes- You can never have too many scrubs! And oh boy, what a true statement. I came in contact with ScrubInk a couple of months ago and they began advertising on my blog. When I got the opportunity to have them as a sponsor, I was thrilled! We have instantly clicked, and they have been amazing to work with, very patient and very kind.

Scrub Ink is located in NYC and all of their wonderful scrubs are hand made right here in America. The company was brought to life by a Father-Daughter duo, here is how they got their start:

"After watching a sea of nurses walking past their office window, Rodger and Dalia (a father-daughter duo) couldn’t help but notice how they all looked very similar. Rodger, having 30 years of experience in the garment industry, and Dalia an award winning graphic designer knew there had to be a way to combine fashion and personality to the classic uniform, without compromising professional appearance.
Since 1950, Rodger and Dalia’s family has been manufacturing in the garment center. They have shipped to large corporations, small businesses, and individuals with pride and care. From the onset of their careers, they have prided themselves in manufacturing every one of their quality garments solely in New York City…not many people can say that!
Through their combined experience of design and fashion, Scrub Ink was born. Today, medical professionals and patients alike are enjoying the unique individuality offered by Scrub Ink…and we hope you will too."

Rodger and Dalia
(Courtesy of

I am particularly picky when it comes to my scrubs, I like them to fit right, don't want to pay an arm and a leg for them, they have to be comfortable, not stain too easily and most importantly, look cute- Including many colors to choose from (That's a given! And yes, it is possible to look cute in scrubs!) To find the perfect scrubs that fit all of that criteria..Well, it can be difficult! But, ladies & gents, I have finally found the perfect scrub company! *Crowd goes wild!* Scrub Ink scrubs meet all of the above, and then some. When you work in a hospital, or are doing your clinicals at a hospital, almost all of your co-workers/fellow students are also in scrubs and a lot of times, it can be hard to "stand out." Scrub Ink has some great customizable signature tops that allow you to upload any picture you want onto your pocket, OR you can choose from one of their gorgeous designs! How fun is that!? Here are just a few examples if their lovely designer scrub tops:

Here are my cute scrubs- I am in love! 

Please excuse the lack of make-up, long day at work. My pocket says: "Nursing is a work of Heart." So true and so perfect!

With their Scrubs, you can choose from the Contemporary top with side seamed pockets, the classic tops with front curved pockets or the Modern- three pocket top that has a cute stitched pocket. Along with their stylish contemporary or classic pants,  they all have a large variety of great colors! (They also have a wonderful selection of men's scrubs!) I personally love the contemporary top, it fits wonderfully and I really love the side pockets, they are hidden are not bunchy like many others I have come across. The fabric is beyond comfortable made with the finest 65% polyester 35% cotton fabric that both washes well and requires very little care while provide outstanding comfort. I have never worn scrubs that so soft! Along with scrubs, they also carry Lab coats, layering tees and a great selection of clearance scrubs.

Scrub Ink scrubs are affordable, cute, customizable and comfortable. It doesn't get much better than that when it comes to finding the perfect scrub company to go through! The owners are wonderful, and so kind to work with. You will love your Scrubs from Scrub Ink! My favorite part of their lovely scrubs has to be the material and the fit, okay and the option to customize your scrubs- I know that is three things, but I couldn't pick just one!

You can find Scrub Ink on Facebook and Twitter- Be sure to check them out and let them know I sent ya. They have sales and promos every once in a while, so keep a look out for them! If you happen to get a pair and love them as much as I do, let us know! We would love to hear all about it. 

Have a great night lovelies! And thank you again for reading my blog. It's great to have you all here!
Much love,


Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Wordless Wednesday

Much needed Va-Ca coming soon,
to be continued.

Happy Wednesday!


Monday, May 23, 2011

School, life and keeping up.

Lately, my life has been consisting of, my kiddos, work, homework, keeping up on cleaning & more school. I based my blogs title on my life's common theme, which really is Balancing stilettos & scrubs. How do we do it all as Mothers? Between our children, cooking, cleaning, taking care of our selves, paying bills, wiping noses, laundry... The list  never ends does it. There are some days that I wake up and wonder, how in the world am I going to be able to make it through today? To get everything done? Keep everybody happy? 
What keeps me going is my babies and wanting nothing but the best for them, because well, they deserve nothing less. 20 hour days are all for them and our Family. I know all of this will pay off, soon enough! 

Some things that help me, that may help others: 

*Lists- I love to make all kinds of lists! Especially To-Do lists. I'm a mom of two, I work as a home health and hospice CNA part time, school full-time and now becoming a volunteer for the local children's Hospital- Lists are a must for me!
*Encouraging post it notes in my planner and on my phone
*Family support, a must have! 
*Nice, long baths at least 2-3x a week to clear my head
*Doing what I love- Baking cupcakes! I do my best to make a little time for this.
*Keeping up on cleaning- My goal when we moved in our home a month ago, was to never go to bed with dishes in the sink and coffee not ready for the following day. I've been able to keep up on this all but a few nights! (With some help of course) Nothing like the stress of a filthy house, it helps to keep up on it, even if that means cleaning every day
*Never forgetting my goals and working towards it everyday
*Diet coke- helps everything, this is fact. (Okay, not really, but you know what I mean) 
*Date nights! (Were due for one soon) It always helps to have some one on one time with your hubby, especially if you don't get to see him as often as you would like. 
*Studying daily to get better grades in school, no matter how tired I am. Even 30 minutes helps! 

Hope that helps a little, I hope you all have a beautiful Monday!

Here are some photos from my life lately- via my iPhone:

Park days!

Working, very, very early.

New Tom's shoes! And scrubs <3

Relaxing baths...

Home made Foccacia bread, recipe coming this week.

Doing my best to study with two toddlers running around me.

Re-writing 6 hours of lecture notes from Physiology.... Hoping it will help retain info better.

More studying..

Red Bulls help ;)

Smore's cupcakes- Vegan. Recipe next week! (From Vegan cupcakes take over the world) You'll love it!

So how do you do it all? I would love some more advice! 


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