MED SCHOOL MADNESS: Surviving Medical School

MED SCHOOL MADNESS: Surviving Medical School

How I’ve learned to help my spouse survive medical school I remember the relief we both felt when he finally received that acceptance letter. To me it was a moment of peace and pride in him; for him, though, it meant the beginning of a very long journey. My husband...
MED SCHOOL MADNESS: Long Distance Relationship

MED SCHOOL MADNESS: Long Distance Relationship

Long distance relationship. Most people have a heavy heart when they hear these words since long distance is definitely a challenge! But today I want to give some tips, tricks and advice on navigating a LDR with someone in the medical journey. Long distance is hard...
MED SCHOOL MADNESS: The adventures of third year

MED SCHOOL MADNESS: The adventures of third year

Here we are… third year. How did that happen?! The days have been long but my have the years been short!   It’s rather amazing how starkly different this phase has been from the first. He’s home less, but far happier in general with his work. He’s not studying so...
Acceptance

Acceptance

Finally. Finally my husband isn’t on edge and anxious anymore. No matter if other interviews come or not, one thing is for sure. We have a school. My hub’s interview was right before the mad rush of the holiday season. It was a really relaxed and great experience for...
Optimism and Ice Cream

Optimism and Ice Cream

I did a very bad thing this week. I counted the number of months until graduation. Then I ate two pints of ice cream in a 48-hour time frame. So let’s be real…I did two very bad things this week. If you are MS2 like we are, you have 31 months to go. Sorry, that was...