I know interview season is coming up, and I am excited to hear about your journeys. Based on the feedback I received, I will be doing a blog post regarding interview tips. In order for this to be an effective post, please feel free to ask questions in the comments below. OR, you can direct … Continue reading Inner Views and Interviews.
Thunderstorms. As terrifying as they might be, I could not help but to stand in awe outside of my home. Was it due to the synchronous swaying of the trees? Or perhaps, the air as it travelled heavy with condensation? Despite the physical beauty, it was the underlying lesson that left me in awe. To … Continue reading When Storms Breathe…
Arizona has been an absolute blast, although it has been ridiculously HOT! Yesterday was thee hottest it’s been, and registered at an astounding 124 degrees! Perhaps the heat was due to the black interior of my car—which has appropriately been named “Big Black” lol. Or, it may have genuinely been that hot outside. As a … Continue reading [AZ] Living.
Hello all! Just wanted to stop by and let you all know that I am still here! My final block of first year has taken a lot of my time. Partly because I'd never learned neurobiology before, and moreso due to my "senioritis before actual senioritis." Guys and gals, I am so burnt out, but … Continue reading Mini-Update
Passed my Block 3 exams! Hallelu! ❤ And my research project was accepted for the summer. I am still waiting to hear back for the summer fellowship, please keep me in your prayers lovelies!
Well, sort of... Even though adequate time has passed since my last post, I just want you all to know that I am alive and doing well! ❤ My exam period starts in T-minus 4 days, and I am excited about the sleep, manicure/pedicure and crochet braids that are soon to follow (prepping for block … Continue reading Revival.
Happy New Year beauties and gents ❤ Once again, I apologize for the delay in my posting! This has been my current situation: That's right. I have been living under a rock piles of work and learning objectives. I think the most difficult part of this block is simply time management. There's been so much to … Continue reading New Year, Same School Work
Based on my last post, I am sure you all were aware that things had been challenging for me. To add some context, Block 2 was pretty stressful. Not due to the difficulty of the material, but due to the self-doubt. At my school, we take weekly self-assessments that do not count for a grade, … Continue reading Keep Growin’ Strong.
I've finally joined the 21st century, and created a Twitter account! Follow me on twitter to stay connected with my life and blog post! https://twitter.com/OpMedStudent See you later beauties and gents ❤ OMS
To those who frequent my blog, friends, family and those whom I've yet to meet, this is for us all. I typically start with an update of what life has been like as a first year medical student, but I think I'd rather jump right in on this one. Life has been quite challenging. I mean, … Continue reading Crystal Stairs