This post is dedicated to the many of you who are overextended reading this blog post who are either: Enrolled in professional school Applying to professional school Have already graduated from professional school OR are just an overachiever. PERIOD. I recently took an Enneagram test (you can take one here). I received a balanced score … Continue reading Overextended.
Today. I am taking some much needed time to write out how I am feeling. Which, to be frank, is completely and totally exhausted. In other words, I am totally burnt out! I am not sure why second-year has left me in this total state of exhaustion. Perhaps it is the amount of information, or … Continue reading Burnt out, but surviving!
Hi friends! It has been a while since I posted. This semester as a second-year vet student has been a struggle, to say the least. To give you a brief overview of the courses I took, I created a table (see below). I had a lot on my plate this semester, so I wanted to … Continue reading UPDATE: Merry Christmas!
Life happens. It is as simple as that. We hear this adage from a young age. The first time we make a bad grade. The first time we fall down and sprain our ankle. When our grandparents die, or we go through a breakup. When we don’t make the team, or we get rejected from … Continue reading Life happens and then what?
What is burnout? Burnout is defined by the Urban Dictionary as "A state of emotional and physical exhaustion caused by a prolonged period of stress and frustration" (also many references to marijuana are included in Urban Dictionary's definition, but that is not what we are talking about today lol). A compilation of studying into the early hours of the … Continue reading BURNOUT.
Anxiety. Most students have dealt with this at some point in their academic lives. Heck, most people deal with anxiety on a daily basis. I think that the important thing to realize here is that no matter the grade, the debt, the conflicts - at the end of the day you are achieving something in … Continue reading 5 Tips for Dealing with Anxiety (in vet school and real life)