My Side Of The Grass Is Green

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Left brain: I am the left brain. I am a scientist. A mathematician. I love the familiar. I categorize. I am accurate. Linear. Analytical. Strategic. I am practical. Always in control. A master of words and language. Realistic. I calculate equations and play with numbers. I am order. I am logic. I know exactly who I am.

Right brand: I am the right brain. I am creativity. A free spirit. I am passion. Yearning. Sensuality. I am the sound of roaring laughter. I am taste. The feeling of sand beneath bare feat. I am movement. Vivid colors. I am the urge to paint on an empty canvas. I am boundless imagination. Art. Poetry. I sense. I feel. I am everything I wanted to be.

(via 365rulesforpremeds)




NaBrO? OMFG. Dead.

for all my pre-meds out there :).

Study Break: We got jokes.






Study Break: Hello Kidney!

  • <N00b> Can someone explain cell division?
  • <Nerd> o
  • <Nerd> 0
  • <Nerd> 8
  • <Nerd> oo
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Punctuality is the politeness of kings.
Louis XVIII (via 365rulesforpremeds)


So live it up! You will be spending the majority of your mid/late 20s in medical school, so enjoy your undergraduate years as much as you can. Don’t get bogged down by medical school requirements. Go out, meet people, party, travel, try new things, do as much as you can and enjoy what your youth has to offer you.


Sometime during our pre-med career, we have probably all become CPR certified, whether for volunteering or internships. While CPR is a valuable skill to have, it’s not necessarily a skill you would want to use. However, it should not be learned half-heartedly either.

I walked out of lab today…



Push yourself. You’ll meet people that amaze you and make you wonder, How are they so smart? And maybe you’ll start to lean on them more. But don’t rely on them so much that you forget how to think for yourself. Always ask questions, and if you need to, step aside and think things through yourself, first. Don’t forget your potential and don’t be afraid to explore your boundaries.

Don’t make someone else your crutch, especially when you have no problem walking.


Preach it.

(Thank you, financial aid information sessions. Sigh.)