One of the most common questions I get from residents is why I chose my current job and employer. It is a daunting decision to make after years and years of training and one that nobody prepares you for. Having gone through the process, I now know what to look for, but when I was … More Residency is over, next stop: Real job!
I love my job. Having spent the majority of my life in school or training to become a physician, I can now finally enjoy the results of my hard work. My days are often long and can be stressful, but at the end of the day I usually feel like I have made a difference … More My 10 tips for my younger (and current) self | work/life balance
<a href=”https://www.bloglovin.com/blog/18899117/?claim=4v7rtqqxsha”>Follow my blog with Bloglovin</a> It seems that during my toughest times in life, I have always turned to writing. The process of putting my thoughts into words comforts me and allows me to see things more clearly. The chaos in my head becomes more organized and I have more space to think. It … More Why blogging?