"to get somewhere that you have never been, you must do something you have never done" Gratitude will help you build a stronger mind. I started to practice "mindfulness" this year. Most of it was just monitoring my thoughts and making note how of I react to certain things, people, and events. I noticed that … Continue reading 2018 Reflection
So, this post is long overdue, it should have been up a month ago, but better late than never. 🙂 In the post, I will evaluate some of my goals for this year and see how far I have progressed. I will also add comments or make alterations to my goals so that I am … Continue reading Halfway Through the Year: Goals & Self-Evaluation
Groceries can be very expensive, especially when you are trying to maintain a healthy diet. Fruits and vegetables are some of the most expensive things on my list, especially when I am getting four to six types of produce. Tips for Fruits and Veggies: go to your local farmer's market - they are usually half … Continue reading Budgeting for Groceries
As a professional student or college student, you are often living on a tight budget, with very little wiggle room. However, that doesn't mean you have to live under a rock for 3-4 years while you get your degree. Students want to have fun, too! I came up with a few tips on how to … Continue reading How to Create An Entertainment Budget as a Professional Student
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Name: Trisha School: Medical school in Los Angeles, CA Previous University: Harvard University Degree: Psychology with a minor in Global Health & Health Policy Specialty (if you know or what you are interested in): Undecided Social media/blog: http://www.threethousandmilesblog.com twitter: @trisha_therese Instagram: @threethousandmiles In a nutshell, what inspired you … Continue reading Blogger Spotlight: Trisha from the Three Thousand Miles blog
As we approach June, there’s only one thing on a young premed’s mind. No, I am not talking about vacationing in the Bahamas with friends (although that’s an appropriate guess). It’s med school application season friends. As I have mentioned in my previous posts my path towards medicine was not “typical”. I took 2 years … Continue reading Gap Year Application Process with Kimia in Medicine
A day in the life of a medical student Life of a medical student is like. I remember when I was applying for medical school I would try to find blogs or YouTube videos of medical students to get a glimpse of what a day in their life looked like. Now that I have the … Continue reading Kimia in Medicine: A Day in the Life of a Medical Student
Okay, I have been anxious to share this post with you guys and I have been honored to have it written for me! Dr. Cassondra Majestic is an Emergency Medicine physician and Independent Educator based in Orange County, California. She is a graduate of the Ohio State University School of Medicine. Dr. Majestic is known on … Continue reading Healthy Living in Medical School by DR. CASSONDRA MAJESTIC (@dr.majestic_md)
Opportunity - Social media is becoming a huge part of our daily lives today. It is important that healthcare professionals view this change as a opportunity. A few years ago when Facebook and Twitter were new, we did not see physicians, hospitals, etc. who I will collectively refer to as "healthcare influencers" amassing a large … Continue reading Social Media and Healthcare: Why should you be empowered and engaged?