Depending on what kind of nurse you are will the determine the kind of work you do. Alot of people go into the field expecting it to be like what they learned from the textbook and it is completely different. I feel like the main thing I always heard my mom or stepmom complain about is that sometimes RNs let their job status go to the head and they treat their CNAs like trash instead of communicating professionally with them. CNAs have some of the hardest work to do and receive little recognition for what they do so on that end it may not seem as if nursing is "fun". However, I have a friend who is a travel nurse who works with infants in the NICU and she loves her job. She gets to travel and she gets to work at new place every few months but even this job can be frustrating. Having to relocate and adjust to a new area can be extremely difficult.
But to answer your question I would say that if nursing is something you like then you need to be all in for it and you have to be able to deal with the hard times that come with being a nurse. I am in no ways trying to discourage you or scare you but I just wanted to share with you just some of the things that I have seen the people around me go through. I hope you find the positives within nursing because there are a lot and I wish you good luck! Take care!