Ah, procrastination. As any post secondary educated student can state, I know you too well. In fact, procrastination may just be the archetypal nemesis to the burgeoning medical student: it’s the Hook to our Pan, Newman to our Jerry, Ahab to our Moby Dick (yes, I’m on the whale’s side here…whaling is a terrible industry), Gary Oak to
The streets were alit with the haunting orange glow of jack-o-lanterns; overhead, thick, dark clouds billowed over the sky, almost smothering out any last glimmers of daylight. Add to it, a coldness to the air that is enough to send out some chills, and boy, does it ever feel like Halloween.
So today I had the chance to present with several 2016s at the London Youth Action Centre on the topic of healthy eating and fitness. During the discussion it was mentioned a number of times that one of the largest challenges perceived along the way of eating healthy is that it costs too much. While
Returning back to London after a great Thanksgiving long weekend. One filled with rest, fun, good food, and quality time with old friends. While I could not be back home in BC for this weekend, I am extremely fortunate to have the warmth and support of some friendships that have lasted throughout the years, from
Hey everyone, Jimmy here (first post..woot) and I guess I might as well start off with something that’s pretty current (even though it’s a bit belated…apologies). I’m going to start off with a bit of a promotional plug: check out the Canadian Federation of Medical Students (CFMS) website at CFMS.org. Sign up for an account