Wednesday, May 07, 2008

I thought I was coming back into the blog world...

I was wrong.

Life is busy lately, and it's very challenging to keep up with everything. Such is life. Such is medical school...

I just want to write one thing down, a piece of advice I received from a good friend. It's simple, and it's kind of Tony Robbins-esque. It sounds so foolishly simple, and kind of cliche, but it works:

Every morning, wake up, and say to yourself, "Today will be a great day!"

It's easy to do it and even easier to forget to do it.

The idea is, when you think negatively about something ie,"This class is terrible", it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. I'm not cognizant enough right now to explain it well, but I promise, it makes sense.

I'm trying to tell myself "this week will be good" even though it's pre-test week and I've dug myself into a hole so deep that I'm more than halfway to China.

On that note... back to studying!


Anonymous said...

This year will be a great year!

Anonymous said...

this will be a great blog to read!

Raw Thoughts said...

Good advice! I'll give it a shot :)

Keep up the good work at school. It's not forever (although I'm sure it feels like it is) and I'm sure the payoff will be worth it in the end.

Just feed us a few blogging crumbs to let us know you're still breathing please. :)