Traveling Alone (& why you SHOULD do it)

If you’re reading this you’ll realize I am in what people in the United States (who watch the news) consider a “hot spot” right now. I landed in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic after a couple of fun issues with Delta. This is my third trip traveling alone. The first couple of them were stressful but… Continue reading Traveling Alone (& why you SHOULD do it)

My Gap YearS

This was probably the most obvious blog post I could have written. I have received SO MANY questions on my journey through getting to this point in being a Pre-Med so I figured it would be easiest to make a blog post on it! I really have zero idea why it did not occur to… Continue reading My Gap YearS

My Autoimmune Disease is Teaching Me so Much About Myself

I type this article with aching wrists and slippers on my feet because they cannot be exposed to cold. Mind you it is about 75 degrees in my kitchen but if I take them off my feet will turn an ocean blue in about five minutes. In about ten minutes, they will be as cold… Continue reading My Autoimmune Disease is Teaching Me so Much About Myself

Why are we so quick to say NO? From a Type A personality perspective

Why are we so quick to say NO? If you are a Type A personality like I am, chances are you’re a planner and a perfectionist. You get comfortable when things go as they should and start to have a heightened sense of anxiety when something may throw you off course. EVEN IF IT IS… Continue reading Why are we so quick to say NO? From a Type A personality perspective

How Shadowing Abroad CHANGED my view of Global Health

When I was nineteen years old I left the United States for the first time to observe medicine in a foreign country. I did in fact fundraise for a year prior to going on the trip and if anyone has any questions on how to go about doing this- please feel free to contact me!… Continue reading How Shadowing Abroad CHANGED my view of Global Health