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𝚃𝚑𝚞𝚛𝚜𝚍𝚊𝚢 𝟾/𝟼/𝟸𝟶 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• qotd: where do you see yourself in one year? ••••••••• In one year I see myself graduated from college with a B.S in Neuroscience and a B.A. in Psychology. I will hopefully be enjoying my summer after undergrad and traveling and resting! I will be starting my new masters program soon, and preparing to move again. Those are the goals I have for myself in one year: ) ••••••••• Let me tell you guys, today was ROUGH! I did not want to get out of bed, and I was getting sick of studying in the same place. So with no libraries or coffee shops open.. I went for the next best thing: the BEACH!! Studying at the beach was so relaxing and cleansing, and I was actually crazy productive. I might start making studying at the beach a regular thing: ) I also did some beach yoga🧘🏽‍♀️ It was a little funny the amount of students with their backpacks at the beach, we have no where else to go 😂 Hope you all had a good Thursday 💓✨ • • • • • • tags: #bujo #bulletjournal #studyblr #premed #mcat #medschool #premedlife #premedmotivation #premedstudent #mcatmotivation #futuredoc #futuremd #medicalmotivation #studymedicine #medblr #collegestudent #bulletjournal #bujo #bujoinspiration #bujonerd #bujoideas #bulletjournallovers #bulletjournalspread #bulletjournals #bulletjournalweekly

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It only takes ☝️!⁠ ⁠ It only takes one school to look past your weak points, view your whole story, and give you a chance. ⁠ ⁠ It doesn't matter what everyone else says. You don't need to be a perfect premed in everyone's eyes. The fact is that different medical schools will view you differently, and it only takes one "yes" to be on your way to becoming a physician.⁠ ⁠ Do you agree??

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I can’t say enough about slide #9 . PERSONALLY, unless you’re a mother who had a teenage son murdered, I’d avoid giving any type of “advice” anything that resembles the statements on that slide. Sometimes, it’s better to know when to be quiet & just be there in whatever way possible for the family. 🙏 ———— Lastly, just gotta say this real quick, (sometimes I get folks comin’ at me sideways in the DMs ): This is the way I answered this question, but you don’t need to follow it if you don’t want to, promise! I’m sure there’s other ways! 😁 ———— Feel free to comment down below your thoughts friends! ❤️😌 ————

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almost done with summer classes! my accounting final is next week and as it approaches, i have a lot of studying to do. if you’re like me and have periodic waves of motivation, to-do lists are something that i find really helpful . here are some to-do list ideas: . make your to-do list your phone/tablet/computer background . use a reminder app on your phone and set a specific time for each task . post-it notes! you can try putting all your sticky notes on a wall and remove them with each complete task . a regular notepad — simple but one of my favorite methods bc i love physically writing my tasks then crossing them out. . . . is anyone else approaching the end of their summer class?

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Synthroid (levothyroxine ) is indicated for the replacement or supplemental therapy in hypothyroidism. The availability of levothyroxine may differ among marketed brands, and therefore once stabilized on a particular brand, avoid switching brands and caution if brands are changed. The starting dose of Synthroid, the frequency of dose titration and the optimal maintenance dose must be individualized for each patient, based on a number of factors such as age, weight, cardiovascular status, comorbid illnesses and severity and duration of hypothyroid symptoms. Synthroid should be started and titrated with caution in elderly patients and patients with CVD (such as angina, CAD, HTN ). Start and increase doses at lower dose increments. If cardiac symptoms develop or worsen, the dose should be reduced or withheld for one week and then cautiously restarted at a lower dose.  _________________________ DISCLAIMER: for educational purposes only _________________________ #pharmacist   #pharmacy   #pharmacyschool   #pharmd   #doctor   #medicalschool   #medications   #futurepharmacist   #pharmdtobe   #pharmacisttobe   #futurepharmd   #futuredoctor   #futuremd   #medicalstudent   #medstudent   #nursingstudent   #physicianassistant   #mcat   #pharmacology   #pharmacotherapy   #nursepractioner   #FOAMed   #meded   #medicaleducation   #naplex #nclex #pharmacytech #pharmacytechnician

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Do you have an interview coming up and want to know some of my Interview Tips? Watch my latest YouTube video (link in bio ) to find out! . I give you tips on how to prepare BEFORE the interview as well as tips for DURING the interview! . Do you have an interview coming up & have any specific questions?! Drop them here⬇️⬇️⬇️ . . . . . #prepa #prepatips #paschool #paschoolinterview #prepastudent #pastudent #futurepa #physicianassistant #physicianassistantstudent #futuremd #gradschool #premed #medschool #medicalschool #youtube #vlog #futurenurse #futurenursepractitioner #bsn #rn #nursing #pasofinsta #womeninmedicine

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Are you or a friend interested in combined Emergency/Internal Medicine Training? Maybe you’ve never heard of it but want to know why we think it’s an unexpectedly amazing combination like melon and prosciutto or cayenne and chocolate? Then you cannot miss this 2 day Zoom event with EM/IM Program Directors from across the country on 8/10-8/11! #zemimcc #combinedlife #emimlife #medicalschool #premedstudent #premedlife #residency #medschool #futuredoctor #futureMD #futureDO #medicalstudents

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Forensic Investigation Intern at the Medical Examiners office. Thank you God for giving me this opportunity, it’s time to do what I do best....shine at everything I do, let’s goooooo!!! #Gotmyfootinthedoornow #FutureMD #Bringonthebodies

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Throw back to when we helped out at the Houston Medical Forum Mayor's Task Force Food Drive. First photo - group of Collegiate 100 students from BCM and UTMB Second photo - HMF members + BCM students and faculty Third photo - Left to right; Aanchal Naresh (MS2 ), Jocelyn Greely, MD, and Acara Turner (MS4 ). #bcmsnma #snma #blackstudentwhitecoat #futuremd #Houston #snmaserves #bcmofficeofdiversity #throwbackthursday #tbt

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It’s been about 2 months since I started using my Greens Superfood Blend & I love it! #teamipartner @teamiblends • • It’s been a my good way to get the nutrition my body needs. And coupled with my workouts, I feel and look great! • • • Try it! ➡️ Use my code “CIA25” for 25% off your next order! And let me know how it works for you!

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#𝐦𝐨𝐨𝐝 This is something I struggled with when deciding to take a gap year. I was so focused on the fact that my friends were ready to apply this cycle, that I was almost forcing myself to do the same. I’m now realizing that gap years are okay, and I can use my time to make my application even better and get a score that will better set me up for my top choice schools. When talking to my cousin, whose in med school she brought up a good point. she asked me why I was willing to sacrifice a chance at my dream school soley so I could get into med school a little faster. Honestly, when you think about it like that it sounds silly, but it’s true. She had a good point all I need is a MCAT score that’s a little higher and I’ll be okay. Long story short I’m taking a gap year. (LOL ) #premed #MCAT #School #futuredr #study #studyhabits #futureMD #doctors #futuredoctor

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Make your learning interesting Find this helpful? Share with your friends ❤ . Love Our Posts? Turn On Post Notifications For New Post Updates🔔 . #usmle #usmlestep1 #usmlestep2 #usmleprep #doctor #doctorsofinstagram #likeforlikes #love #medicine #endocrine #followme #surgery #estudiantemedico #futuredoctor #futuremd #medico #mbbs #medstudent #medstudentlife #medschool #nclex #premed #medlife #nurse #nursingschool #cardiology #medicalguidelines #anatomy ,

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Male version female pelvic ❤ Find this helpful? Share with your friends . Love Our Posts? Turn On Post Notifications For New Post Updates🔔 . #usmle #usmlestep1 #usmlestep2 #usmleprep #doctor #doctorsofinstagram #likeforlikes #love #medicine #endocrine #followme #surgery #estudiantemedico #futuredoctor #futuremd #medico #mbbs #medstudent #medstudentlife #medschool #nclex #premed #medlife #medicalguidelines #anatomy ,

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IgA Vasculitis vs Mixed Cryoglobulinemia IgA Vasculitis (aka Henoch-Schoenlein purpura/HSP ) and Mixed Cryoglobulinemia are both small vessel vasculitis’. Clinical presentation of both include: palpable purpura, arthralgia (joint pain ), and increased lab IgA values. A key feature of pay particular importance to is the age of the patient. HSP most commonly presents in children while Mixed Cryoglobulinemia most commonly presents in adults. The 4 main sxs seen with HSP: Palpable Purpura, Renal involvement, abdominal pain, and joint pain all which begin after a upper respiratory infection (URI ). Treatment is symptomatic control as the disease itself if self-limited and spontaneously regresses. Cryoglobulins are Immunoglobulin proteins that precipitate at temps below 37C. Mixed Cryoglobulinemia refers to IgG and IgA (two types of immunoglobulins ) that precipitate in temps below 37C. Causes of Mixed Cryoglobulinemia include: HCV, HBV, HIV, Autoimmune diseases, and lymphoproliferative diseases. Sxs of Mixed Cryoglobulinemia include: Palpable purpura, arthralgias, skin ulcers, and increased lab values of IgA and IgG. Treatment is focused on managing the underlying cause. Tip: If you are asked what disease to screen for in a patient presenting with Mixed Cryoglobulinemia – the correct answer is most likely HCV. References: -UWorld + UpToDate -UpToDate

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"Are you working hard or hardly working" "WHO HAS HEARD THIS PHRASE BEFORE?? I used to hear this phrase all the time when I was a kid... And even though this phrase has a well-intentioned meaning, it can cause a bunch of anxiety and burnout for students out there because it only gives you two options. Either you are working your butt off and have no social life, or are slacking off and not working at all. But what if I told you that there was a third option 😱 . . What if I told you there was a way where you could study only 2 hours a day and have the other 14 hours you are awake to do whatever you want with. That is what happens when you WORK SMART! So many of you guys go to the library for an entire day yet get nothing done. But what if you limited yourself to just 2 hours, it would become more of a sprint than a marathon wouldn't it? . . This concept of working smart completely transformed myself as a student. after I made that mindset shift, I was able get amazing grades while being able to live like a college student as well. . . What do you guys think? Would you rather work hard or smart? Working smart helped me get into Stanford Medical School! If you are interested in becoming an expert in everything there is to do with studying click the link in my bio to head over to my website and transform yourself as a study today! _________________________________________ #premed #futuremd #blackdoctor #education #educated #edu #educators #educate #educactionquotes #educator #educational #educationmajor #educationmatters #stemeducation #student #studymood #studyinspiration #studyspiration #studyblog #studyblogger #studylife #tests #studies #examtime #examination #examweek #studentproblems #examday

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We teach the CIRCLE curriculum, which applies basic #science concepts to disease & healing, building a strong foundation of medical knowledge right from the beginning of #medicalshool .⁠ ⭕ CIRCLE means Curricular Integration: #Researchers , #Clinicians , #Leaders , #Educators ⁠ ⁠ We know it works because of our #medstudents high Step scores & #MatchDay rates.⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ #medicalstudent #medschool #futuredoctor #premed #doctor #medicine #futureMD #studentdoctor #LongSchoolofMedicineUME

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Been thoroughly enjoying my week off. Resting & decorating! Two of my fave past times haha 🌼✨

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☀️WORK- LIFE BALANCE☀️ One of the most challenging aspects of medical school is establishing a good work life balance. It can be really hard to know when to stop working as there is always more studying that can be done📖 It’s so important for your mental health to have a life outside of medicine so here are some of my top tips🌟 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ✨Set Boundaries!⏰ I have a rule I don’t work after 9pm if I haven’t completed a task- it will just have to wait! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ✨ Exercise 🏃🏻‍♀️ I make sure to get some form of physical activity in every single day, whether it’s a walk or a full on work out sesh, this really helps keep me in the right mindset. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ✨ schedule activities🥂 I make a couple of fun plans with friends or family every week to look forward to! Planning ahead forces you to schedule your studying around events, I actually end up focusing harder as I know I need to get my work done before I head out! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ How do you manage work- life balance?⛅️ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

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❓🛌😴💻 What do you know about the CASPer Test?⁠ ⁠ On National Premed Day, I had a great conversation with Kelly Dore, Ph.D., Co-Founder of Altus Assessments and Co-Creator of the CASPer Test. We talked about:⁠ ⁠ ✅ How did the CASPer Test come about?⁠ ⁠ ✅ What exactly is the CASPer Test?⁠ ⁠ ✅ Can you study for the CASPer Test? If so, how?⁠ ⁠ ✅ When should you take the CASPer Test?⁠ ⁠ ✅ How does CASPer Test allow medical schools to get a feel for a student's non-academic attributes?⁠ ⁠ You can listen to our conversation from National Premed day here: https://youtu.be/HsVfwkPQsXI?t=25089.⁠ ⁠ And when you're ready to learn more or to register for the CASPer Test, visit TakeCASPer.com! (Links also in bio )

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How are those secondaries coming along??? For some secondaries intel...Check out our new YT video on Michigan secondaries!! Link in profile. ⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ .⁠ ⁠ #medicalschoolpersonalstatement#medyoutube #medicalschooljourney #premedconference#meducation#premedtrack#applyingtomedschool#premedinfo#futuredoctora#futuredoctoras#premedlife (needle )⁠ #premedjourney#premedico#premedstruggles#premedicina#premeds#cubrebocas#futuredoctorsofamerica#nontraditionalstudent#medicalstudentlife#futuremd#medicalstudents#medschool#biologymajor#biochemistry#UCIGMMA#writeyouracceptance

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‼️THIS IS SO IMPORTANT! ‼️ 🤔 You know when people say “do extracurricular activities in your undergrad”, this is what they mean. It’s important to develop these traits and prove to medschools that you possess and excel with these qualities. 🗣Do your best to prove these traits in your application and back it up in your interview! 👨🏽‍⚕️These traits help develop well-rounded medical professionals and should be your strong suits! 🗓This should be your long-term goal! You can start today by joining sports teams, clubs, doing leadership activities and going out of your comfort zone! 💬 DM/Comment any questions you have! #fmge #juniordoctor #aspiringdoctor #medgram #medicalquotes #humanitymatters #bioethics #greysanatomyfans #hippocraticoath #patientadvocacy #clinicalresearch #clinicians #endoflifecare #emergencycare #teachingjobs #medstudies #lifelessonlearned #mbbsdiaries #medicalstudentlife #internyear #geriatrics #lifequality #futuremd #lessonsoflife #patientsfirst #residencylife

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When I started working 12 hour shifts, I had terrible headaches, when I finally got home after the long day at work. Some well-known tips that helped me: - take enough food with you, if you work from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., that means at least a lunch and a dinner - stay hydrated and keep a water bottle near you - try to have a good sitting posture to avoid neck and shoulder pain - wear glasses instead of contact lenses so your eyes won't be as tired at the end of the shift - your sleep should be a priority

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Recuerdo cuando mis trajes no combinaban, cuando cambiaba mi reloj cada 3 meses porque ninguno me convencía. Recuerdo cuando las camisas no eran de la misma talla de mi traje o cuando las fotos de perfil eran tirada con mi teléfono. Recuerdo cuando mis padres me tenían que mandar dinero para ciertas transacciones o cuando ser un visionario era un juego de soñador creado por otros seres humanos. RECUERDO QUE EL FUTURO ERA UN SUEÑO Y EL PRESENTE ESE CAMINO POR TRANSCURRIR. Hoy simplemente estoy convencido de que dejaré en mis recuerdos todo ese futuro que está todavía aún por venir. #d_nakama_faction #dnfinsurance #dnf_dress_code #dnf_frenchy_world #dnf_rhino_media #future #FutureHouse #futuredoctor #futurebass #FutureMrs #futures #futuredentist #futurediary #futurehusband #futuregoals #futureNURSE #futuremaman #futurewife #futuretrunks #futureMD #futureofwork #futurehendrix #futureisfemale #futureleaders

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Medical school... is hard. It’s not always glamorous, shiny, or magical. I am not living a fairytale. True, becoming a doctor is my greatest dream and one I will NEVER give up on. But this is so hard and can oftentimes be crushing. So let’s play an episode today of #youseeisee Maybe from the outside you see a young student doctor with a lot of ambition and success; but, I see me who struggled a lot with college chemistry, spent 9 months studying for the MCAT only to score in the 67th percentile, and truly questions herself every time she sits down to take a test... “do I even know any of these answers?” I’ll find myself wondering. Maybe from the outside you see someone organized who gets “it all done” but from the inside I see someone who lets everyone down... struggling to respond to texts from friends and emails that aren’t absolutely crucial and taking too long to edit or write my research or juggle everything. I feel like a failure sometimes cuz there is so much going on at all times but I WANT to be able to do it all. Maybe from the outside you see a plant based outdoorsy healthy go-getter but I see that this goes in waves and yesterday I ate five bowls of Honeycomb cereal so that IS REAL. It’s conceivable you see that I’ve got lots of social media friends on here and that means I’m social and get along easily with everyone! Truthfully I can be incredibly awkward and I find myself walking away from social situations all the time like “why did I say that” or “I have accomplished socializing for the next month.” In real life I do so much better in small groups and find really high quality of friends rather than a large quantity because it’s what I can handle. Maybe it seems like because I love research that I’m brilliant but the reality is... most of it is just being willing to do the work, a dash of luck, a lot of passion, and A LOT of google. I google probably 1,000 random words a day and try to piece together research papers I DO NOT just “get them” magically. Don’t compare your backstage to someone else’s front stage. We are all struggling and also thriving all at once. Tagged friends... Show me your #youseeisee ☀️🧡

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Current mood....⁣🙄⁣ ⁣ 📖 Reviewing for my math placement exam...⁣ ⁣ Taking every exam 📝 seriously even the ones that don’t count towards my grade💪🏽⁣ #MS1 #studentdoctor #shadowing #medschool #medschoollife #premed #premedlife #mcat #postbacc #nonimmigrantstudent #postbaccpremed #Carribbeanmedicalschool #melanatedmed #melanindoc #browngirlwhitecoat #whitecoat #futuremd #womeninhealthcare #womeninedicine #blackphysicians #blackdoctors #futureblackdoctors#scholarships #STEM ⁣⁣⁣⁣ #minoritiesinmedicine #Acceptedtomedschool #MDcandidate ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ #futureSurgeon ⁣⁣⁣ #internationalmedicalgraduates ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣

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- created by @sincerelyxcindy 🥳 literally the talent she possesses 😭 I highly recommend you check her out! Thank you so much for 2k! I didn’t think I would ever reach this number in the span of the last two months, let alone 1k! I decided to do a more personal photo instead of my usual spreads 🤩 The main reason why I wanted to start this account was to document my bullet journal and see how much I can grow from it! In the future, I want to start spreading out into a more pre-med account, but because of quarantine, it has been difficult to find the opportunity to do so 🥺 Hopefully, I will get a chance to show things like that. Thank you again! 🥰

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Don't play yourself! 👀 Proofread and then proofread again 😉

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Seeing my mom this proud makes every long night and failure/success so much more meaningful ❤️ . . . . . . . . . . . . . #mdphdbound #medschoolbound #postbacc #premed #premedstudent #premedmotivation #premedlife #premedproblems #premedjourney #premedgram #nontradpremed #futuredoctor #mcat #mcatprep #studygram #futuremd #doctorsthatdo #doctorgoals

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My first week of medical school is in the books! ✅ It’s still surreal to me that I am on my way to achieving one of my biggest goals. The multiple zoom sessions are not ideal but what matters most is that everyone stays safe and we do our individual parts in fighting this pandemic. (Mask up and social distance ) The degree will be secured regardless! Here I am holding up a stethoscope that I am wearing backwards and can not use to diagnose anything (YET )😂 🎥 Anywayss I posted a vlog of my virtual orientation week + tool kit unboxing on my channel! Be sure to check it out. (Link in bio ) 💕

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✨•𝐄𝐯𝐞𝐫𝐲𝐝𝐚𝐲 𝐢𝐬 𝐚 𝐧𝐞𝐰 𝐨𝐩𝐩𝐨𝐫𝐭𝐮𝐧𝐢𝐭𝐲•✨ • • Finding better balance, staying organized, working SMARTER not HARDER. Here’s my advice: 1️⃣Create a dedicated workspace. Be sure to personalize this workspace of things you feel inspire you like small widgets or anatomy posters from @codexanatomicus . These should be things that inspire you to work harder, even when you don’t have the motivation. 2️⃣Get Organized. Set a schedule. Create dedicated time throughout your day for your work or school work. Be sure to get a good planner like those offered by @bulletjournal or @moleskine . Include the list of things that need to get done throughout the day or week to check things off of your list of things to do. 3️⃣Take as many classes as you can ONLINE. This will give you the flexibility to do the things you love. Thankfully schools are creating more opportunities for people to get their education. 4️⃣Always have a backup. I can’t stress enough that regardless of how long it takes to get to where you need to be, have a backup before you exhaust yourself trying to reach that goal. Remember, it’s a journey, not a race; you will get to where you need to be once everything transpires. 5️⃣Minimize distractions, and try to multitask to ease your list of things to do. Sometimes it’s inevitable. For exams and assignments, be sure to keep yourself focused on the goals at hand. It can be difficult to keep yourself motivated and focused with distractions around you. 6️⃣Pace yourself. Remember that taking time off to do the things you love to do is okay. Don’t be afraid to take a day off and refresh before you start to hit your goals again. 7️⃣Give yourself time (and a lot of coffee my personal favorite @cafebustelo ). It’s okay to turn on a Netflix show in order to complete work that needs to be done. It’s okay to order takeout 🥡 if you’re busy taking up assignments

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☀️WORK- LIFE BALANCE☀️ One of the most challenging aspects of medical school is establishing a good work life balance. It can be really hard to know when to stop working as there is always more studying that can be done📖 It’s so important for your mental health to have a life outside of medicine so here are some of my top tips🌟 ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ✨Set Boundaries!⏰ I have a rule I don’t work after 9pm if I haven’t completed a task- it will just have to wait! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ✨ Exercise 🏃🏻‍♀️ I make sure to get some form of physical activity in every single day, whether it’s a walk or a full on work out sesh, this really helps keep me in the right mindset. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ✨ schedule activities🥂 I make a couple of fun plans with friends or family every week to look forward to! Planning ahead forces you to schedule your studying around events, I actually end up focusing harder as I know I need to get my work done before I head out! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ How do you manage work- life balance?⛅️ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀

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Medical school... is hard. It’s not always glamorous, shiny, or magical. I am not living a fairytale. True, becoming a doctor is my greatest dream and one I will NEVER give up on. But this is so hard and can oftentimes be crushing. So let’s play an episode today of #youseeisee Maybe from the outside you see a young student doctor with a lot of ambition and success; but, I see me who struggled a lot with college chemistry, spent 9 months studying for the MCAT only to score in the 67th percentile, and truly questions herself every time she sits down to take a test... “do I even know any of these answers?” I’ll find myself wondering. Maybe from the outside you see someone organized who gets “it all done” but from the inside I see someone who lets everyone down... struggling to respond to texts from friends and emails that aren’t absolutely crucial and taking too long to edit or write my research or juggle everything. I feel like a failure sometimes cuz there is so much going on at all times but I WANT to be able to do it all. Maybe from the outside you see a plant based outdoorsy healthy go-getter but I see that this goes in waves and yesterday I ate five bowls of Honeycomb cereal so that IS REAL. It’s conceivable you see that I’ve got lots of social media friends on here and that means I’m social and get along easily with everyone! Truthfully I can be incredibly awkward and I find myself walking away from social situations all the time like “why did I say that” or “I have accomplished socializing for the next month.” In real life I do so much better in small groups and find really high quality of friends rather than a large quantity because it’s what I can handle. Maybe it seems like because I love research that I’m brilliant but the reality is... most of it is just being willing to do the work, a dash of luck, a lot of passion, and A LOT of google. I google probably 1,000 random words a day and try to piece together research papers I DO NOT just “get them” magically. Don’t compare your backstage to someone else’s front stage. We are all struggling and also thriving all at once. Tagged friends... Show me your #youseeisee ☀️🧡

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I start my sophomore year in less than two weeks, and I literally can’t believe how fast time is flying by!! It seems like just yesterday I was a terrified little freshman moving into my dorm :’ ) ) Even though I’ll be taking my classes online, I’m still SUPER scared for this semester because I’ll be taking the first of my ~big girl~ science classes, and I don’t feel mentally prepared at all rip. This semester I’m taking: ☆ Cell Biology (aka the class I’m most excited for 🤩 ) ☆ Calculus 1 (a little scary, but I’ve heard really good things about my professor, so I’m not too stressed yet ) ☆ Foundations of Reflection: God (one of my core classes ) ☆ Organic Chemistry 1 (aka the class I’m most terrified of 🙃 Both of the ochem professors at my school are known for being really tough, but ya girl is still determined to succeed ) ☆ (HOPEFULLY ) Cell & Molecular Methods (I’m still on the waitlist for this class, so I need to email the professor to see what’s going to happen :// ) What classes are you guys going to be taking this semester?

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Just logged into my first year of medical school👩🏾‍⚕️💻

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I know it’s back to school time when I log out of iMessage on Mac! Lol. Anyone else have to do this to focus?! 🙋‍♀️⁣ ⁣ But really oooooof. This week: an 18 chapter micro & immuno exam, 3 patient flows for clinical exam, and a medical jurisprudence exam. Back to school week kinda feels like finals week?! ⁣ ⁣ How’s everyone else adjusting to being back to school?

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Been thoroughly enjoying my week off. Resting & decorating! Two of my fave past times haha 🌼✨

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All smiles bc tomorrow I’m headed into clinic for the first time in months, as part of our schools clinical externship program!! Also feeling a bit nervous but I hope it’ll be a good day of career affirmation bc I’ve spent the past few months only studying lecture heavy content. It’s always cool to apply what you learn in lecture to a clinical setting. ⁣🙌🏽 ⁣ Let me know if you have any tips/suggestions for my first day 😊

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I’ve been living in Los Angeles for FIVE years. Last week, I officially moved to Miami Beach. I’m definitely loving Miami much more due to my proximity to the water lol. However, living in LA was essential for my journey. I was initially completely out of my comfort zone, but incredible healing, learning and growth took place. The lessons I learned though travel, the corporate world, mediating in nature, financial wellness, investments and adulting in LA will always be precious to me. I have countless stories and lessons for my future kids/grandkids lol. I’ve had my challenges and I’ve had my wins. Through it all, God stayed in control. ✨

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