The transition from pre-clinical to clinical years can be an exciting, yet challenging time. I mean, you essentially go from having classes 5 days/week and guaranteed weekends, to working 12-14 hours/day, studying 4-5 hours/night for your shelf and just trying to live. Now, I don't know about my fellow MS3's, but I have let a … Continue reading Oh Deer, I’m Pregnant
That is seriously the question! Here are a few updates: Officially said goodbye to being an MS2! Yay! That is definitely the most important update of all lol! Second year was pretty challenging, but I am grateful for the many ways that I was stretched this year. I pray that I can continue to hold onto … Continue reading To Blog or Not to Blog?
This past summer I completed a fellowship with the Primary Care Leadership Program. On one hand, I considered the experience a test of endurance-- given this was the first time I was away from home, and Arizona is a bit on the hotter side! On the other hand, it challenged me to come to grips with … Continue reading Tell me About Yourself
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
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
Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.