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!