2 Amazon Subscription services that make life easier for Nurses.


So, it’s no secret that Nurses rarely have time for themselves. Doing things outside of work (especially if you work night shift) can be daunting. I put together this post with 2 amazon subscriptions that nurses at my job (including me) love to use.

First off, Amazon Prime, is a must have. Amazon prime is only $12.99 a month ($156/year). Depending on how often and what you order, it will be paying for itself.

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If you’ve never had an Amazon Prime account you can sign up here for a FREE TRIAL for 30 days, to see if you like it. After that it’s 12.99/month OR you can cancel before the free trial ends and you won’t be charged. Check it out here——>Try amazon prime for 30 days for FREE.


This next subscription is the most convenient one yet.

Imagine this, you’re at work on your lunch break, you break out your phone and sign in to your new AMAZON FRESH account. You pick the groceries you want, from the distributors you want (including Whole Foods) and schedule a delivery for the next day you’re off. BOOM! Fresh groceries delivered to your door, straight from your phone without you ever having to take time out of your busy schedule.

If you don’t know if you would benefit from this service, don’t worry, you can sign up again for a FREE 30 day trial. If you don’t like it, you can cancel before the free trial is up and you won’t be charged a dime! If you enjoy the service it’s only $14.99/month for fresh groceries delivered from your phone to your door.

Click here to sign up for your FREE 30 day trial of Amazon Fresh——>FREE 30 day trial of Amazon Fresh

If you have either of these services, drop a line below and let us know how you like them!


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