2020: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

THIS HAS BEEN ONE HELL OF A YEAR. Like many of you, that’s pretty much the only way I know how concisely sum up this maniacal year. The palpable hope that we all came into the new decade with very quickly devolved into widespread agony, fear and panic as we marched into the first few […]

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Another New World

Not a ton of new things have happened between my last post and now, so I’ll keep this post relatively short. At least I’ll try to…..those of you who have been following me for some time now already know that I have a tendency of getting carried away in my posts lol. I spent the […]

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Adapting To The Transition

It has now been about six weeks since I started my second year of residency. Yeah I know, time flies. I must say though, this PGY-2 life has been treating me well so far. As you may remember from my last post, I started the year on my Peds ID elective, which was a wonderful […]

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A Sick Start

Remember that one time last month when I said I hadn’t gotten sick yet even though I was routinely surrounded by sick children in the Emergency Department? And I had called it a Christmas miracle that I had stayed healthy throughout that time? LOL. Turns out that it was just that. A Christmas miracle. ๐Ÿ˜ญ […]

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An Audacious Decade

This past year has been one of the most incredible and transformative years of my life. I matched into a specialty I love at such an excellent institution. Alongside my role as the External Affairs National Committee Co-Chairperson of the SNMA, I served as an interim Regional Director for the SNMA and with some help […]

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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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Excursions, Freedom, & Inspiration

Man, I can’t believe that I’m already at the halfway point of my flex block. I only have another two weeks of living in absolute freedom until I go back to school to start Intern Boot Camp, a two-week pre-orientation program that the school organizes for the graduating fourth-years that is full of various sessions […]

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