What I’ve Noticed About Different Organizations

I’ve started as a new intern at 5 different organizations within 5 months and here’s what I’ve noticed about different organizations.

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Block 4: The Story of How Faced I My Fears

This block 4, I did something I never thought I would ever do before. I faced my fears. This a little embarrassing but I suck at…

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Work-Life Balance: Is There Really Such A Thing?

Sometimes the thought of work-life balance seems like an impossible dream. But you’re closer than you think. Here’s 3 ways you can achieve it.

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There’s Only One You

There’s only one you. Stop comparing yourself to others. Yes, you may seem similar to your peers. But don’t get it twisted. You’re different.

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My Apologies- No Monday Post

This is not really a post. I have been really busy for the past week. I wanted to write something but, I didn’t want to just write for the sake of posting on Monday. I would rather have no content than bad content. So, today there won’t be a regular blog post. However, there will […]

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Real Life Rants: I’m Complaining

This post is a little different from my regular inspirational posts. Yes, I’m complaining today. I’m actually ranting.

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What I Learned About Myself During My First Rotation

So, it’s time for another pharmacy student reflection! Here’s what I learned in my first APPE rotation as a P4 student.

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Why I Chose Patreon

This post is a little atypical. But it needs to be talked about. This is about my revelation about my money mindset and why I chose Patreon. This wasn’t meant to turn into a personal development blog but here it is.

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Eye-Opening Moments

It’s the end of my P3 year in pharmacy school. Here’s a reflection of my year and a few of my eye-opening moments.

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For Those Who Are Not In A Mentally Good Place

Honestly, as much as I would like it to be, life is not all sunshine and rainbows. I have my down days. This weekend was one of those times. But I just wanted to turn it into a message of encouragement for someone else out there.

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