I think you'll be noticing a distinct lack of outfit posts and here's why. My new job is working in a lab processing samples. Since some of the samples are preserved with nasty chemicals (for example, today I added choroform to some samples), PPE (personal protective equipment) is required. This means a lab coat, safety glasses (which fit dorkily over my regular glasses, as contacts aren't allow incase they trap chemicals on your eye), rubber gloves when handling samples and, possibly, steel toes. Also, long pants (or at least to mid-calf, which isn't flatter on me) are required and fully enclosed shoes (if I'm not wearing steel toes).
Clearly, my fashion options for work are very limited. Also, my boss told me not to bother wearing nice clothes, because they'll probably just get ripped anyways. So the only times with wardrobe freedom for me will be weekends (or days off once I'm trained and working shift) or after work.
Just a heads up in case you're wondering where the outfits went. And here is a photo of my basic uniform. Yeah, it's pretty awesome. (photo from explorehealthcareers.org)