I have been having the worst feelings in the world recently. I know and I'm aware how I am very prone to having thoughts of being unwanted, unloved and unimportant. But this time I don't think it's just me overthinking. It seems to me that people don't really understand me, and most of the time, … Continue reading least.
For some reason, I never skip the first chapter or the preface of my medical textbooks (hello bookworms). I don't mind skipping chapter 9, chapter 57, or even chapter 120 as long as I have read and understood the first precious pages. You'll be amazed why. Chapter 1 (or in some textbooks the Preface) discuss … Continue reading Chapter 1
Let me get something straight. I am a productivity geek --- or at least I used to be. But I have an issue, a desk issue. I can't and will not function well without a properly organized desk. My productivity, my creativity and even my thinking depends almost entirely on my desk. My current desk … Continue reading Desk Matters
Window seat. As always. I made sure I finished my online check-in before I went to sleep last night. My flight's at 7 AM, first of the day. With @flypal as always. I didn't want to go yet. Not a part of me was ready for anything today. As an incoming 3rd year medical student, … Continue reading Back to…well, reality
Cheers for the gallons of coffee I've consumed this school year! Most people say that 2nd year is the most difficult year in medical school. While some say that Medtechs have an edge because most subjects are basic Medical Technology courses. Well, these are both true (at least for me). But right now it doesn't … Continue reading Year 2, Done!
In my Bible reading tonight, one particular truth impressed me. In Exodus 35 it mentions about how the Israelites' hearts were stirred and their spirits were moved after Moses called out for help in building the temple. Moses did not say they "must" bring this and that. All he said was "all who are … Continue reading When the Heart is Stirred and the Spirit is Moved
Was there a time in your life when you wished a day would last for more than 24 hours? There were too many items on your to-do-list that you feel so guilty getting a nap or just spending a little longer time enjoying your meal. Years ago, I read Stephen Covey's book 7 Habits of … Continue reading Working on My Backlogs