Anticipation

I like anticipation. I’ve found, as I get older, I enjoy anticipation more.  Christmas is the obvious example: you have all the build-up, all the the time and thoughts spent on that one day and then … it comes. And goes. That too, is another thing I’ve found as I get older.  The more you…

Ending on a high note

So, tomorrow is that last day of my last elective in medical school. It’s kind of a non-milestone milestone.  I still have 8 weeks – 4 two week blocks – of selectives left, to say nothing of interviews and matching and the LMCC. It’s not like I’m done with medical school. Still, I found myself…

Getting back on the horse vs waiting to be ready

So, I bought a thing. Now, I’m 26 and this is my first car…but it’s also really my first time as a full time driver. Let me explain. So, story time.  In Canada, you can get a learner’s permit to drive at the age of 16, and then get a license that has a grading…

Ok for reals guys let’s give this another go ;)

Well, my ambition to be on this blog more often certainly…stumbled a bit, shall we say.  The hours with surgery played a role in this, as did my Mac glitching out and being in for repair (I hate blogging on my phone) but honestly, my absence had a name, and that name was thus; NBME….

A week (or 2) in the life of (my) med school

So, most of my recent posts haven’t really been about the class and daily business of medical school because I’m trying to make sure that I don’t accidentally trip over the line of professionalism with patient confidentiality that governs a blog like this.  However, with the fact that the MUN interview invites went out a…