This week was a little unusual for two reasons. First, we did not have an exam. Second, I was away at a conference the previous week, presenting my research. Therefore, I spent a lot of time catching up on things (e.g. sleep, errands etc.).
11:30AM: Wake up and walk my dog
12PM: Eat breakfast/lunch and answer emails
1:30-6:30PM: Review the Pharmacodynamic and Pharmacokinetics and Arachadonic Cascade lectures for pharmacology
7:00PM: Walk my dog
8:00PM: Write a blog post for Medscape
9:00PM: Go grocery shopping at Target
11:00PM: Watch TV
12AM: Get ready for bed
6:00AM: My two cats begin to play tag, and wake me up!
8:15AM: My cats wake me up and there is construction going on in the apartment below.
8:20AM: Go back to sleep
9:15AM: Wake up and reset alarm
10:15AM: Finally wake up and walk my dog
11:00AM: Make breakfast
11:30AM: Begin to work on small group discussion problem set for cardio
1:00PM: Cardio small group begins
1:30PM: While taking a moment to space out, I decide I am going to cook a nice, nutritious dinner tonight.
3:00PM: Work out at the gym
8:00PM: Business phone call to discuss podcast recording
8:30PM: Tired. Dinner: reheated pizza.
9:00PM: Write a blog post for Medscape.
12AM: Get ready for bed.
8:00AM: Wake up and walk dog
8:30am: Make breakfast
9:00AM: Art and Science of Medicine small groups: practice HEENT exam
11:00AM: Art and Science of Medicine Lecture: neurological exam demonstration
12:00PM: Professional Development Advisory Group Meeting
2:00PM: Eat lunch
2:30PM: Meet with my research mentor to discuss abstract submission and paper publication
4:00PM: Addiction Medicine public health class
9:45PM: Relax at home
12:00AM: Get ready for bed
9:00AM Wake up, walk dog, eat breakfast
10:00AM: Brain and Behavior Small Group: Cognition, Dementia and Delirium
12:00PM: The Rossi Medical Education Newsletter staff meeting (I’m Editor-in-Chief)
1:00PM: Meet publisher to discuss my book, “The Heartbeat of Success: A Med Student’s Guide to Med School Admissions.”
2:00PM: Coffee break and attempt to study
3:00PM: Interview physician-applicant for the position of Faculty Advisor
3:45PM: Attempt to study for cardio until public health class begins. Somewhat successful (finished reading a textbook chapter)
5:45PM: Attend my public health class: Teen Pregnancy: Prevention and Intervention
7:15PM: Go home to eat dinner
7:45PM: HORROR MOVIE MARATHON!
1:00AM: Get ready for bed.
11:30AM: Wake up (slept in), walk dog, eat lunch
2:00PM: Tutor a first year student for Molecules and Cells
3:00PM: Submit research abstract to present at a national meeting
3:30PM: Catch up on pharmacology lecture videos
9:00PM: Home for the night to relax!