from my DNP days: Obsession, passion, mania, compulsion - however you choose to define it, it is one of my best and worst traits. Today, I studied for 10 hours straight without any break and didn’t even notice. In fact, that’s not even close to my record, but it was pretty long ✨
Most members of my family are the same way - we want to understand and become proficient; we thrive off of learning. Related, I am not good at giving up or letting go and I’m also not great at learning subjects I don’t care about. Menial tasks are actually painful for me haha ✨
I understand some of this is to a fault. However, when I care deeply about something or someone, I can’t be stopped, and while I am frequently exhausted, it’s a trait I don’t want to lose ✨
Nothing brings me more joy than learning, except maybe teaching and that’s part of the reason why I fit so well into the CVSICU. It’s also part of the reason I have been able to maintain my insane schedule over the last 4 years and life in the ICU. My job as a nurse and a student doesn’t seem like a job, it just completes my life. And I’d be lying if I said I didn’t like my crazy schedule and when I graduate, I’m likely to pack it with something else ✨
I recognize I’m lucky to have found something I love so much and I hope everyone else gets to as well. Mine happens to be my profession, but you can have a passion for anything (tacos, mice, your family, unicorns) and it’s always a beautiful thing ✨
What drives you and what is your most fulfilling passion? ✨
Scrubs by my fav 🍑💃🏼
Episode 2 of my comic "The Life of a Medical Student": "First Day of University" 🐰 🐇💙 This episodr is a little specific, if you don't have a car, and you can't help but ride the transport everyday to your uni, then you know it's a huge pain in the ass, whenever you have to wake up early AND ride the transport, and THEN walk till the building of your uni, especially if you had to climb a mountain in order to do it. Some streets aren't exactly horizontal...they're more like oblique and it's so tiring to just CLIMB like that for more than 10 minutes.
Anyway, this episode features the struggle. Please do enjoy it!
A little synopsis: Alice is a bunny and a med student, and she recounts the story of her new life in university and the struggles of it in a joky way, but i assure you, it's reality, and reality is a pain, more than it's funny.
Ok. My very first college chemistry test... I bombed. Like atomic bomb haha. Didn't understand why, because I had studied like crazy. Plus, the class was my trial run to see if the doctor route was for me. My crazy bald headed chem teacher urged me to do all the questions in the back of the book and I was overwhelmed by the shear amount- 200! I was ready to just let it go. "There was my sign". However, the next test I switched the style up & decided to focus on main concepts . Only did 20 or so questions. Flash forward- Never got anything less than an A in any science class again. It is worth your time to change the style when something isn't working! A little tweak can make a big difference.
I just love these two! 💜How amazing is Ross and is Granny for visiting seniors at this retirement centre who are affected by Alzheimer’s and Dementia?What a special treat! Plus who doesn’t love a little puppy therapy 🐶 ・・・
We brought puppies to people affected by Alzheimers❤️ Never in my life have I seen so much joy and happiness!
1/3 seniors is affected by some form of Alzheimers or Dementia. Lets all come together and spread our love to these incredible people, and show them they will never be alone or forgotten.
(Special thanks to the: Village at Westerville Retirement Center, and Lewis Center for your support)
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