Block 9: I’m Graduating, The World Is Ending

Here’s a recount of my block 9 experience. This is the story of my advanced community rotation during a pandemic. The world as I know it is ending.

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How to Start Accepting Compliments

Start accepting compliments! Yes, you, master of deflecting compliments! It’s pretty insulting. No, you’re not being humble. Luckily I’m here to help you!

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Block 8: My Life Was Challenged

Block 8 of my last year of pharmacy school challenged my life. But I will say I learned a lot. Here’s how I survived solid organ transplant.

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Stop Trying to Change Everything at Once

We want to be better people and that is great. But you’re setting yourself up for failure. Yes, I said it. I don’t mean to be a Debbie-downer. But, stop trying to change everything at once.

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No Monday Post

It has been a long and eventful weekend (in a good way). But, I have not been able to write a blog post for Monday. In fact, I am just getting back home from out of town. I am exhausted and can barely think right now to compose a proper sentence. But I will not […]

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My Hopes for 2020: The Right Path

So, now that I’ve finished rehashing my past. It’s time to start looking towards the future. This is the year that will shape my path in life.

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Block 6: I Was Intimidated

By the end of block 5, I was feeling intimidated. I had heard a lot about block 6. They had quite a reputation for being hard. And they knew that too.

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How Block 5 Came to An End

At the beginning of block 5, I was reluctant. I had heard a lot of amazing things about this rotation. But, I was still dragging my feet.

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I’ve Been Away For A Long Time

I know you all are wondering where I’ve been that I’ve completely disappeared off the face of the earth. Here is why I’ve been away for along time.

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The Higher-Ups Are Efficient Procrastinators

Yes, I said it. The higher-ups are efficient procrastinators. And it’s not always by choice though. Sometimes, there’s no choice but to procrastinate.

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