I haven’t worked out in over a month. Before med school, I used to work out five times a week.
Pathology, med micro, and physio are major topics of discussion when I talk to Irene every night.
I think it’s fun when Irene quizzes me over my class notes.
I have trouble sleeping at night because I feel like I haven’t done enough studying for the day.
I’ve become more and more antisocial.
My MP3 player has more lecture recordings than music.
I don’t feel relaxed traveling anymore.
Going to the beach is not fun anymore without my notes.
Med school is all I blog about now…
I treat myself to school cafeteria food if I feel happy.
I’m actually excited that campus is empty on Friday nights and Saturday mornings so I can have entire study rooms for myself.
I wear my lab coat when I’m cold… when I’m not in lab.
I talk to my cat. I don’t care if she understands me or not.
My room is a mess, but my class notes are so organized.
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My name is Benji Ho and I am a family physician and 2013 graduate of the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC), located on the Dutch side of the beautiful island of St. Maarten. My time at AUC has been quite a worldwide adventure, studying two years of Basic Sciences on the island, then completing my clinical rotations in the US as well as the UK. I completed my family medicine residency at Mercer University School of Medicine / Navicent Health in Macon, Georgia. Today, I am a board-certified family physician practicing outpatient family medicine in Macon, Georgia. I hope you enjoy my site as I share with you my journey. Thanks for visiting Diary of a Caribbean Med Student!
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Hahaha, love it!