Contents: -Posters are useful to plan ahead -And are fun to look back on with #gratitude -Doctordom These types of posts are usually done in January to mark the passing … Continue reading Update: Med School
New year, new start, NEW TERM! I say this with a genuine excitement normally only seen by children before Christmas, or children in a toyshop, or children who have … Continue reading Update: Extreme Physiology
I am waiting to depart from Heathrow to Adelaide, Southern Australia. The purpose of my trip is to use my medical elective placement to gather experiences: of a hospital, a people, a … Continue reading Waiting in Heathrow
One of the biggest dissatisfactions afflicting our society and generation is the constant comparison of oneself and others. Whether it be via manicured stories on Facebook, self-promotion on LinkedIn or salacious … Continue reading One Sure-Fire Way to Be Happier
When people talk about the difference between the higher education courses of medicine and biomedical science, their conclusions are usually this: ‘Oh yeah, biomed is just medicine without the patients’. … Continue reading Be a People-Person
Hi. I’ve been away because life has been busy. I usually don’t have time to write during term, due to the business and busy-ness of clinics. January to March was … Continue reading Back, Briefly. An Update!
My Levi’s ripped around the crotch. They’re not a particularly special item of mine. 98% cotton, 2% elastane. Factory aged. Buying them was in necessity, not love, and left no … Continue reading My Ripped Jeans.
September is hobbling on and the Summer is drawing in its curtains in preparation for the colder months. I enjoyed the Summer break and feel I achieved a lot with the … Continue reading Ice-creams, Coffee and Community
Diet. It’s a seemingly innocent topic that is loaded with scrutiny. In the media, ‘diet’ is bejewelled with imagination, myth and lore. It seems ‘The Perfect Diet’ is reinvented each … Continue reading What a BMW 3 Series says about Health
This summer my two siblings and I flew 14 hours east to visit our family and friends across Asia. Over the course of a month we visited Singapore, Chiang Mai … Continue reading Travels East. Life Lessons and Observations.