Happy New Year! 10 Most Popular Posts of 2013

My favorite thing about New Year’s is countdown lists.  Forget the parties and resolution making, I love looking back at the “Top 20 Songs”, “5 Best Fashion Trends”, “10 Most Embarrassing Celeb Moments” and “Biggest News Stories” of the year.  It’s like media on steroids- all the best music, movies, news and more in one place.  Countdown lists anre my chance to watch all those hilarious You Tube videos I missed and songs I didn’t hear enough of because my car stereo is broken.

So, in true New Year’s style I present the 10 Most Popular ThriveAP Blog Posts of 2013:

1. 10 Highest Paying Nurse Practitioner Specialties of 2013

2. 5 Lowest Paying Nurse Practitioner Specialties of 2013

3. Top 5 Mistakes NPs Make with their Employment Contracts

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4. 9 Tips for Writing the Perfect NP Program Application Essay

5. NP to MD: Is There a Direct Path?

6. 7 Habits of Highly Effective Nurse Practitioner Students

7. How Can You Get $60,000 Towards Your Nurse Practitioner Student Loans?

8. Should You Consider a Nurse Practitioner Residency?

9. 5 Ways to Excel in Your NP Program Clinical Experience

10. How to Totally Crush Your Next NP or PA Job Interview

Based on the top 10 most popular most picks, it seems like you all like countdown lists as well.  Thank you all for reading and making these posts from 2013 such a success.  Get ready for more information-packed posts in 2014.  Happy New Year!

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