Life On The Learning Curve

One thing about working in the inpatient setting is that it is real easy to find yourself out of the loop when it comes to current events happening in both the nation and the world, whether that be the daily news or pop culture. As a matter of fact, it’s so easy that it’s lowkey […]

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Life On The Night Shift

You ever look back at a choice you made in the past and just simply marvel at how awesome of a decision it was? If you haven’t done this in a while (or ever, which would be just downright depressing), I want you to stop right here and take a moment to reflect on some […]

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Double Down & Level Up

Okay so I’m about a month into my residency training and do I feel any more like a doctor than the day I was officially granted my M.D.? Marginally. Do I have a long way to go until I begin to feel like an actual physician who can comfortably treat all kinds of ailments? Clearly. […]

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The “Best Start To Intern Year” Award Goes To…

I’m two weeks into my intern year and I must say, I could not have asked for a smoother transition into this new era of my life. I’m sure that I would be in the running of the “Best Start To Intern Year” Award, if such an award existed. I say that because while many […]

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Life After Graduation

Hey there! Good to see you again, I missed ya! 😄 So I’m sure that by now, you’ve already noticed that there have been a “few” changes to the layout of the blog. Okay, a little more than a few; the blog looks completely different and I love it! 😊 It’s been a long time coming […]

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The Beginning of A Surreal Transition

That moment when you realize that you’re ONLY THREE WEEKS AWAY from graduation!!! I’m really going to have an M.D. in three weeks y’all. Like, I’m really about to be a Black Man, M.D. forreal forreal. I can’t even begin to express the level of emotion that I will surely feel during Graduation weekend and […]

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Final Rotation

Tomorrow will mark the first day of my final clinical rotation of medical school. As I’m sitting here typing this, I can’t help but feel a strong sense of awe and wonder about how far I’ve come in my medical education. After spending so much time regarding the end of my fourth-year as a time […]

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Workin’ Day & Night

Man, it has been a STRUGGLE trying to switch my body from my night shift schedule back to my regular daytime schedule. I finished my last night shift of the week yesterday morning and headed straight for my bed to crash, only to wake up four hours later to get ready for my flight to […]

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Life After Step II

After a solid month or so of strenuous preparation for my nine-hour long Step 2 CK board exam, I can finally say that I’m OFFICIALLY DONE with that test!! As you may or may not have read last week, I had started to get sick of constantly answering and reviewing questions. My motivation to study […]

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Way Too Fast

This week flew by so fast man…like I was just in a plane typing up last week’s post. Then I blinked and now here I am typing up this post. I really couldn’t tell you where the time went. However, whenever I’m busy studying for an upcoming exam, time has the cruel tendency to speed […]

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