Evolution.

That extra hour that Daylight Savings gave me today was a glorious gift. I got to “sleep in” and I still got up at a very reasonable time to take full advantage of my day off! It feels great to wake up refreshed and know that you have the full day to do whatever you […]

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The Power of Adaptability

This week is my last week in D.C. and I’m not ready to leave just yet 😭😭😭. I’ve really settled into the flow of things in my rotation and have quickly gotten used to the diverse nature of this city. I’ll probably never get used to the traffic in this city, but I’ve managed to get […]

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Hitting My Stride

How am I already halfway done with my rotation here at Children’s National? Those first two weeks flew by so fast man, I swear. I feel like I’ve just started to get comfortable with the flow of things, only to have to start preparing for my next away rotation in Philly that will start in […]

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Life Can Be So Unfair

Do you know someone who was diagnosed with cancer? Chances are that you do. Or at the very least, you may know someone who knows someone who was diagnosed. If you answered yes to the previous question, were you in the same room with them when they first found out? There have been various people […]

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The Little Things In Life

Ayyyeeeee ya boy is turning 25 this week!! The big 2-5. Lol, some of you reading this may chuckle at the fact that this is such a big deal to me. You’re probably reading this like: “Boy, 25 ain’t nothing. You ain’t grown at all, you still a youngin!”  Others of you may gasp after […]

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