I’m going to stop numbering my blog posts. What’s the point? I’m not focusing on the quantity now, but the quality.
Anyways, I’ve been quite busy lately.
I may have finally found a place to live for veterinary school! 🙂
I was worried I would have to settle for a place with a shared bathroom (YUCK) if I waited too long, but thankfully, if this rental company works out, I will have an awesome place close to campus for a great price WITH my own bathroom. I’ve shared a bathroom before, and I could do it again, but I’d rather not. There are just some areas one’s home that need to be kept to strict hygiene standards.
We have heard these questions before. If we have not, then we have not been listening. These questions about things yet to happen seek to uncover your goals, hopes, and dreams. These questions are essential planning out the road map of one’s life. Where would we be without goals?
Why don’t people write that more? Your time is precious, and I appreciate that you take a few moments to read my $0.02.
I took a brief hiatus from blogging. It is possible to blog consecutively every day while working full time and having a life…but at some point I wondered if the quality of the posts would diminish if I forced myself to write daily.
I began this blog thinking I could write consecutively for 60 days about my pre-veterinary journey and wellness. I’ve been able to have a sort of emotional detachment from most of my posts because those events have happened months or years ago. I’m going to change up format a bit; I’m going to write about an issue going on now: my job.
Let’s imagine you step into a new veterinary clinic with your beloved Fido (there is a point to this detailed thought exercise).
You push through the clear glass door, leash in hand, and try to find a seat. Chances are, your Fido might be pulling every which way to sniff the latest sniffs. You greet the receptionist, who gives you new client paperwork to fill out. Fun.
I’ll admit it, I played Pokemon for many thousands of hours when I was younger. It was amazing! I explored new worlds, interacted with many fantastic creatures, and learned about these animals. I still remember my first Pokemon that I legitimately raised from level 5 to level 100 (Blaziken 🙂 ).
In many ways, playing Pokemon has contributed to my pursuit of veterinary medicine, and my development as a person. A few lessons I learned from Pokemon are: