I became an adult in one week... well that is what it felt like anyway. I'm not talking about graduating college a few weeks ago, though it definitely helps to have a degree I'm sure. I'm talking about REAL adult things. Let me explain.. This summer I decided to stay put in St. Louis so… Continue reading I Became an Adult in One Week
I have officially moved into my *first ever* house, a STL Brownstone! This summer I will be focusing on working and enjoying my first full summer off since the summer after my freshman year of college. As I prepare for vacations and, umm, a wedding coming up in a year, I figured I should start… Continue reading Yoga With Me This Summer!
This past week I was able to complete my level one fieldwork. I was placed in acute rehab in a step-down ICU working with adults who have experiences seizures, strokes, spinal cord injuries/surgeries, and traumatic brain injuries. I went into my level two fieldwork meeting with my fieldwork coordinator talking about the various setting that… Continue reading My Experience in Acute Care
The time has come where I can say that I <somehow> survived my first semester of grad school. It feels great! That's so weird to say... I'm in grad school? Time really does fly. I remember when I was a freshman in the program and accidentally turned in a one page paper formatted in only… Continue reading How did I survive?
In one of my classes we had a guest speaker. She has SMA and just recently graduated from SLU with her Masters. Her entire story was incredibly inspiring, but one thing she said was really relatable. Grad school is built for isolation. WOW. I couldn't agree more. It really is! I have friends who are… Continue reading Isolation – AKA Grad School
End of week 7. Today I dissected the peritoneal cavity - meaning the stomach, small intestine, large intestine, spleen, etc. Our lecture was 2 hours long and lab was 3. Usually lecture is 1 hour and lab is 2.. which if you do the math means that class alone was 2 hours longer than usual,… Continue reading Gross Anatomy: The Reality of Cancer
Wow, again. Wow. I promise you that I had all the right intentions with this gross anatomy journal. I was planning on writing at the end of every single week with the experiences of the highs and lows of lab and life surrounding it, but that obviously has not happened. This class is a LOT… Continue reading Gross Anatomy Weeks 4-7?!