Posts filed under: Mind + Body

Bear with me as I have a moment of transparency. As I delve deeper into the world of blogging, I at times feel discouraged because there are so many amazing blogs out there. Within the subset of travel bloggers, there...
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In order to become a doctor, you have to take a lot of tests. Some of these tests are more important than others. One being the MCAT, which is required for admittance to medical school and the higher the score,...
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Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links and if you make a purchase from these links, I receive a percentage. This is not a sponsored post. As a resident physician, I am required to work 24-hour shifts at least twice a...
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I am starting a series of weekly posts that emphasize self-care. We are living in stressful times with constant news stories about strife and discord in this nation and worldwide. I think it is very important at this time to...
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I am a planner. I like to plan months to years ahead and anticipate any road blocks that may arise. I am the person who has a 5 year plan and adamently sticks to it. Unfortunately, I find that the...
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I was invited to a New Year’s Day dinner party and asked to bring a dish. Given that it is the new year and I know that most people endeavor to eat healthier in the new year, I decided to...
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Social media can be a great way to stay in touch with old friends and update your loved ones on successes and exciting life events. Used in moderation, it can increase your feeling of connectedness to others and offer a...
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In the past year, I have been much more aware of what I eat and have put more effort in maintaining a healthy diet. I also really enjoy eating out and trying new restaurants but sometimes find it hard to...
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In grade school, we are taught to include the five W’s in our reports to answer who, what, where, when, and why. If your writing answered all of these questions, the reader felt well informed and you got an A+....
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