I spent most of June relaying to everyone how burned out I am (because, well, let’s be honest, I needed to be honest and get that mess off my chest). But for a nice break, I’m going to spend most of July telling you about the things that have kept me and my family going. In one word:… Read the Post »
“Thank You” Goes a Long Way
He was so nice when he first came in, but it must have been the lack of oxygen from his blood loss that changed him. Now that he’s resuscitated, he’s not the nicest guy. In fact, he’s flat out rude. To me. To my team. To his therapists. To everyone. And at times, he even makes… Read the Post »
Physician Burnout–The First Step is Admitting You Have a Problem
I’m going to be brutally honest here. That ratio is nearly reversed these days.
It’s Good to Be Back
If you follow along, you’ll join me on a journey of finding a new side-gig as a physician (will it just be this blog, investments, or some other crazy idea?). You’ll join me in debating “part-time” work vs “full-time”, when and where to travel, the ups and downs of becoming a first time mom