Did you know hush puppy is 2 words like that? I think I’ve been going through life thinking it was one word, like hushpuppy, and I’ve eaten a LOT of hush puppies in my day. Anyways. The more you know.
What’s funny is that everyday for the past month I’ve said, “Yeah but TODAY I’m gonna write a blog post.” And then everyday there’s all the studying, and the working out, and the errands, and the Bachelor…and then it’s bedtime.
And now here we are. In February. I can count on NO hands the number of posts I’ve written since December. Because it’s zero. And because I’m the worst. (more…)
Goodbye Starbucks in West Village (and hello Gold Card).
Goodbye lady who wrote “Honey” on my iced coffee cup instead of “Hannah.”
Goodbye low-talking barista who has to say everything 3 times…to everyone…followed by, “Sorry, I know I talk softly.” THEN TALK LOUDER.
This past weekend, our school trusted that we med students could handle a very rare, treasured 3-day weekend.
Instead of my usual pinterest-filled, sleep-until-you-drag-me-out-of-bed, clean-all-the-things post-test weekend…I hopped on a sunrise plane to New Orleans to visit my dad.
New Orleans is up there. Paris, Switz, the Florida gulf coast, and New Orleans top the favorite places and home-away-from-home lists.
Out of proximity, I find myself in New Orleans more often than any of the other places, and every trip manages to fit in the perfect balance of old favorites and new finds. (more…)
This post was thiiiiis close to being another edition of “let me tell you all the crazy things that can happen to the brain.”
I have decided not to subject you to this, and for that, you’re welcome.
Instead, let’s talk about the great and honorable intentions I have for spring break.
I always approach breaks from school with faaaar too much ambition. There is usually a huge gap between what I dream I will accomplish, and what I actually end up doing. My rough goals for spring break look like this: (more…)
The working title of this post was, “How to have a wonderful birthday when you don’t have time to have a birthday.”
Sometimes your birthday comes around at an inconvenient time. This probs happens more often than not, seeing as most of us have life generally going on around us. This year, the big 2-5 was 3 days before our exam over the gastrointestinal system. So, you know, no big crazy blowout on the sched. But I had a fabulous day nonetheless, in between all the notes about hepatitis and ulcerative colitis. Here’s how you do it: (more…)
I made some resolutions. How unique am I? I decided to put them in writing here so you can hold me accountable! This way, I can’t a) pretend I didn’t ACTUALLY make that one resolution, or b) quit. I don’t want you to think I’m a quitter. How embarrassing.
Are you ready for them? They have absolutely zero to do with cleansing and everything to do with being joyful and staying sane.
(This is the 3rd post of ours in a row with a list. Apologies. When we write lists, we’re excused from the writing convention known as “transitions.” Those are hard.) (more…)