You might remember my post about nominating a healthcare worker for The Real Awards back in November. Well now it is time to vote! And voting ends tomorrow so hop to it! Read through all the inspirational entries here then vote for the one that you feel deserves it the most.
As a registered nurse, I am quiet fond of healthcare workers. Healthcare workers see people at all stages of life and in all emotional states. We see you when you are at your worst and sometimes when you are at your best. We help you when you do not want help. We help you when you cannot help yourself. Helping you is not just our job, but our passion.
To me, social media for social good means being the voice for the voiceless. We all have an influence and we can all do something to help make this world a better place. With social media we can use that to stand up for the girl who is trapped in a brothel, the mom who longs for a safe pregnancy and safe delivery of her unborn child, the child who needs clean drinking water or lifesaving vaccines. Social media gives us an amplifier for our voice. Because of social media, moms like me can make a difference from within the walls of their own home in the midst of diaper changes.
Global Team of 200 Member: Samantha KitchenmanBlog: carryingtheworldonmyhip.blogspot.com
Samantha is a mom, wife, registered nurse, basic life support instructor, new blogger and soon to be childbirth educator who lives in Nashville, TN with her husband of 5 years, 20 month old daughter, and 6 year old golden retriever.
She blogs about her family life, passion for helping others, volunteering with her toddler, health concerns, and social issues.
As a new parent, Samantha realized that the future of the world lies in the hands of parents and whether children are taught to love or hate. She realized that how she and her husband raise their daughter will determine how she views the world. Samantha chooses love. We are all Carrying The World On Our Hip.