I cannot believe I haven't blogged in two months! I've been writing this baby for almost 7 years now, and I think the most time I ever took off was a week or so. I've felt a little paralyzed as to how to jump back into it because there is so much I want to share, but instead of trying to do it perfectly I'm just going to dive in. Pens // Women's Earbuds Step One If you follow me on Instagram, you know that the last two months of my life have been spent in a library. I took my first . . .
Man, oh man. It's been a while! I really want to be writing, but I'm making myself spend what used to be blogging/down time to study for boards. That's how life will be for the next few weeks -- I go to my iCal, and any time that is free gets a pink "STUDY FOR BOARDS" box. Right now I'm writing this while watching the Sanders v. Cruz debate. I'm studying a lot, but still trying to keep myself updated on everything going on with politics. Speaking of the next few weeks, I'm officially . . .
I am sitting here trying to come up with a theme to write about today, but I'm blank. vest I had my final exam for our renal module today, which means I'm half way through my second year of medical school. That seems totally insane! Not only is time flying by way too fast, but I also just can't imagine being ready to start clerkships in a few months. Only three classes left, then I'm supposed to be ready; to have learned everything I need to know to take step one of boards and start . . .
Heyyyyy y'all. What's up? Hows your week going? Mine is great - busy so far!! I'm helping prepare an anatomy presentation for my yoga teacher training and it's taking a lot of time. Good thing is I LOVE IT. It's great review for me, plus I get all nerdy excited about the body. It's actually turning out to be a fairly thorough yet simplified review of anatomy and physiology, so I'm considering sharing/selling/using it to teach others in the future as well. Last night my friend Nicole . . .
Hey guys! Pharmacology started Monday - full speed ahead! It's pretty cool to be learning about something so important to every day life as a physician, but of course I already feel overwhelmed with the amount to learn. After Pharmacology we have Pathology and Ethics, then spring break, then Hematology, Neurology and finally Behavioral Medicine before summer. We've got a lot going on in the next few months, too. There are two big charity events for different campus groups that require . . .