A slight departure from my usual travel and adventure posts, but it’s a subject that I have talked about with many of my friends, including some of my blog community: dating…or lack thereof. As a 26 year old young woman, I think that there are a lot of pressures to be in a relationship or get… Read More 26. Single. And okay with it.
(Still working on my Summer Part 2 entry, which won’t be published until after Lent, since I need to grab photos from my Facebook page, which I can’t access because I gave up FB, Snapchat, and Instagram for Lent.) Sometimes I feel that as a medical student, we are too engrossed in our medical books… Read More Humanity in Medicine
It was a whirlwind of a summer and start to my 2nd year of medical school. Here’s a recap of my summer adventures, the people I met, the things I got to see and do, and the memories that will last a lifetime! Since my posts will be very long, I’ll split them up into the… Read More Summer 2016 Adventures
It’s been a LONG TIME since I submitted a post. I started writing one about my recent summer adventures, but that went to the side once school started. I am hoping that I can take an hour once a week to just write about life in medical school and what’s been going on. Maybe I… Read More Updates
(So, this was written almost 8 months ago…and I have been so busy that it’s taken a long time to finish this draft and post it…my apologies!) One perk about working every other weekend is having a 4 day weekend! I am very fortunate and, admitantly, spoiled, to have the support of my parents. Although… Read More Visiting our Nation’s Capital
I am not so great about taking the time to sit down and type a blog post. With balancing working a graveyard shift and trying to go out and meet new people and experience different things, I haven’t much time to sit and just let words flow from my brain to my fingertips. I also… Read More UPDATES!
I recently took a trip back to my hometown in Southeast Alaska. Having been gone for almost two years, I stepped off the plane, slightly shivering from having been accustomed to the 80+ degree weather in Phoenix. It was so surreal to back in my hometown. Although two years doesn’t seem that long, I was… Read More Ode to the 907