I started childbearing late in the game by the definition of some. After five years of trying to conceive I had my first son at the age of 30. And although my son came after a long wait he was actually right on time. My daughter came at 33 and surely I thought my family was complete. I had the
The cat is out of the bag! We are thrilled to be welcoming baby number three. This was so hard to keep a secret as I found out when I was only 4 and a half weeks! This is the last one for us so we are really treasuring this pregnancy and this time together before things really get crazy
What am I going to do? I have no transferable skills. This is what someone actually wrote on one of the medical Facebook groups I’m in after they found out they failed their boards. I had to really sit and marinate on that particular comment. This is what most of us believe as physicians. We limit ourselves to traditional patient
I never thought blogging could be a business. I never thought I could make money from simply sharing my story. I never thought I would have features in magazines or be contacted by companies and brands on a consistent basis to showcase their products. I definitely didn’t think I could use those skills to make what I was making as
Ok, so I wish I could say my master bedroom always looks like this but that would be a lie lol. The truth is, no matter how organized I think I am life gets messy especially with a demanding job and small children. Some weeks I do a great job of keeping our home organized and sometimes it looks like
Blogging was my initial outlet after I found I was pregnant in residency. After trying for years to get pregnant with no success I started residency in July and found out I was pregnant in August. Insert dramatic gasp. I was excited but admittedly very apprehensive. How would I manage a baby and residency? Who was going to help me?