If you have been following my journey for a while now, you know that I talk about my personal development practice A LOT. My practice has evolved over time, but a few key pillars remain that I would like to share with you. To give you some back story, I never knew that I had … Continue reading How to Start a Personal Development Practice
Hi Friends, I had the amazing opportunity to record a Podcast with One Interview, One World and the episode was released last week! In the episode, I discuss my journey to veterinary medicine and yoga. I talk in detail about experiencing an oil spill for the first time, what it takes to get into veterinary … Continue reading I recorded a PODCAST!
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!
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?
First, it is possible to gain experience at home. Obviously, it is more financially feasible and often necessary to gain work experience at home. If you are inundated with student debt, for example, traveling may be out of the question for you. However, if you are looking for something spectacular to build up not only … Continue reading Travel to Gain Experience (And an Ode to My Trailer)
FINAL-ly It has been over a month since I took the last final of my first year of veterinary school. It was a hectic few weeks (as evidenced by my lack of blogging). I can't believe it is finally over. Truly, I am in shock. I was really pleased with how this semester turned out, … Continue reading FINALS (and my first year of veterinary school is COMPLETE!)
First, I would like to start this post by asking you to consider the following: What qualities does a leader possess? Many of us will have the same vision in our heads of who a leader is, but I encourage you to think about the leader's actions that really stand out to you. How does … Continue reading How to Lead from Where You Are
Tonight I am going to be very vulnerable with you all. I woke up on Saturday morning and started crying. I was in awe. I was so happy. I could not believe that this was actually my life. I sat down and wrote this: "I am feeling so, so grateful. I'm crying actually. How is … Continue reading Fighting through Discomfort.