November 18, 2017 was the BEST. DAY. EVER. I got engaged to my best friend, got to explore the best city on earth – NYC, and see Spongebob on broadway… like WHAT?!?! You can read all about our engagement HERE!!! I wanted to write a little bit about wedding planning as a medical student (and planning … More Life One Year After Getting Engaged
Well hello everybody! It’s been a few months since I have last posted and since then, I have finished family medicine AND am 3 weeks into my pediatrics rotation! As I did after psych and neuro, I want to take the time to write about my experiences in family medicine. At my school, we have … More My Family Medicine Clerkship Experience
I. LOVE. TO. TRAVEL. But as a medical student, it’s hard for me to find time to travel (also, poor student probs). I am trying to venture to cities only a drive away to make myself feel like I can balance the desire within me that wants to travel the world and the student that … More Night in Pittsburgh
Long time, no blog post! Since I last posted, I have finished up my first clerkship, continued wedding planning, did an OnlineMedEd insta takeover, and have enjoyed life post-step 1! I wanted to take the time to write about my experiences in psychiatry and neurology for a couple of reasons. One, I want to share … More My Psychiatry and Neurology Clerkship Experience
Today is Monday, June 18. I sat for the USMLE Step 1 four days ago. Since then, my life has been such a whirlwind and so much has happened. In fact, way too much has happened for a simple instagram caption, so here is a little blog post instead 🙂 First off, I would like … More What Just Happened…?!
Guys. Burn out is real – and I’ve been feeling it the past couple weeks. I just started school in August and was concerned when I started to feel burnt out in October. If you’ve read my most recent posts, you would know that this second year of medical school is no joke. It is … More How to Actively Fight Burn Out
One would think that by the time they get to medical school that they are excellent note takers and professional students. I mean, by the time I got to medical school, I had already been a student for 17 years. Some students have additional degrees and have been students for even longer. So what is … More Biggest Med School Mistake
Hello hello! It’s been SUCH a long time since I’ve posted (ugh, sorry 😦 ). But this past weekend, my boyfriend and I took advantage of the awesome weather and took a day trip to Washington D.C. I’ve never done a travel post before, but I really do love exploring new places. I’ll be sharing some … More Day Trip to Washington D.C.
YAY my last shadowing experience blog post! Family medicine was actually the first specialty I shadowed way back in high school so I was excited to shadow it with my new med student lenses. Family medicine does exactly what the name implies: treat the whole family. Family med docs see all genders and ages and … More Spring Semester Shadowing: Family Medicine
I have only two posts left to finish my little spring semester shadowing series! First, I want to remind readers of why I did all this shadowing. At my med school, we are assigned different shadowing experiences each semester, only for an hour each, to get a little glimpse into different medical specialties. We also … More Spring Semester Shadowing: Emergency