For quite some time, I’ve wanted to build a completely custom PC. Generally, custom PCs are purpose-built with specific tasks in mind. For my workstation, I wanted a blazing-fast system that will carry me through fellowship, with the ability to easily upgrade components as needed. In my off time, I like processing photos from my mirrorless camera (produces large files, also known as “RAW” format … Continue reading Fellowship Workstation
Walking is man’s best medicine – Hippocrates We’ve all been there. You get home after a full day at the hospital or office, pull out the apartment door keys, and change into comfortable clothes. You know you should get at least 30 minutes of exercise in, but your couch or home office beckons you. Stopping mid-way, you turn back to the closet to get your … Continue reading Walking
Right now, I’m having some fun editing photos from my 30th birthday vacation in Key West, FL. Thought I would post my current favorite photo! This image was captured hand-held on my Sony a6300 and developed in Lightroom 7.2, exported to JPG. Continue reading Key West Sunset Cruise
Happy Birthday! Today, our beloved Cavalier King Charles puppy, Chloe, officially turns 1 year old! I may be a bit biased, but she has become my favorite doggie of all time! Here is a photo from earlier today of her basking in the early morning sun on our balcony. Have a special day today, Chloe! Continue reading Chloe Turns 1!
With only one week remaining in my final month of Wards (adult inpatient medicine), I’m finding the moment bittersweet. Undoubtedly, there’s a sense of nostalgia. I remember my first day of Wards, not knowing the answer when an RN asked me, “Can the patient in room  eat breakfast?” I remember hours spent answering the onslaught of pages from the floor pager when on-call. I … Continue reading My Last Month of Wards as a Resident: Reminiscing