Teen Mom 2: Ashley Jones Opened Up About Her Future Plans.

Teen Mom 2: Ashley Jones Opened Up About Her Future Plans.

Teen Mom: The Next Chapter: Ashley Jones opened up to her fans about her future goals and challenges in nursing school. As co-owner of her salon, Aries Beauty Studio, Ashley Jones hopes to integrate her future nursing degree into her profession.

Recently, while waiting for a delayed flight, Ashley Jones took to her Instagram stories to chat with her followers. Many of Ashley’s fans were curious about her school and career goals, and she gave them details.

Teen Mom 2: Ashley Jones Opened Up About Her Future Plans.

When asked what her “next big goal” is, Ashley Jones disclosed that while attending nursing school, she is working towards obtaining a real estate license, noting that she has “always loved good households.”

Ashley Jones responded to another fan who asked if nursing school was as hard as she expected. According to the MTV star, it’s been “harder not like regular school” because she has to remember everything she’s learned. Another curious follower wanted to know if Ashley was considering dropping out of nursing school, noting how difficult it can be.

Ashley told her fans that although it has been difficult, she is not a quitter. Confessing that she “never thought about giving up”, Ashley told her fans that it takes hard work to be the best, stating, “Nothing comes easy.”

And although Ashley Jones finds nursing school challenging, she not only plans to stay, but wants to continue her studies after graduation. After becoming a nurse, Ashley wants to become a nurse practitioner. According to the American Association of Nurse Practitioners, NPs must complete additional training and complete a master’s or doctoral program. Unlike nurses, they can prescribe medicines, diagnose and treat illnesses, and order tests.

As Ashley has mentioned to her fans in the past, the “Teen Mom 2” alum would like to add Med Spa to her salon’s name. This would allow Ashley to offer more services to her clients, including non-surgical aesthetic procedures such as Botox, fillers, microdermabrasion, laser skin services and tattoo removal.

Written by Sarah Milner

Sarah Milner is a freelance writer for over 5 years.

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