The musings of a final year medical student

Wednesday, 4 November 2015

Good days

Today has been a really good day. I had two very enjoyable lectures, a good appointment and I did really well in my urogenital test. I am thrilled.

However, this week has still been up and down. Yesterday I really didn't want to go to uni; I was having one of those 'meh' days where you don't see the point in trying. But I persisted and actually really enjoyed my work. I then went to the library and really didn't want to revise for my test. Again, I forced myself and just got on with it. And it was so lovely to come home knowing all I had to do was chill out, eat dinner and catch up with my wonderful housemates. 

I was really proud of myself for forcing myself to go into uni when I didn't want to. I know it sounds trivial and silly, but it made me think that we should celebrate every achievement, big or small. Why not celebrate and be happy with yourself? What's the alternative? 

I am excited to go home for the weekend and then begin my hospital placement next week. I'm so glad I am studying medicine. 

I hope you are all well, and remember to be kind to yourself and celebrate all your achievements. 


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