A dark reminder

Dear all, this is strictly experimental – do not draw absurd conclusions and ask me if everything is okay. >.< 8th June 2017 Dear Diary, Today I must confess something that I cannot possibly tell anyone, for fear of upsetting the people that I love. I dreamt I was being told I have very little […]

It gets better!

Hi there, If you’re human, the chances you’re getting the sense of being grated on a sandpaper in life are roughly (no pun intended) 50%. Like on a bad day, you’re looking after a patient with an uncomplicated diagnosis and you tell the family she’ll pull through. But then she develops complications and silently goes […]

The High Brain

Final exams in 5 days. I mean final, final exams. Exams that sum up everything these past 5 years have building up to. This is my brain on an exam rush. Added to it, sleep deprivation. Because apparently, my brain enjoys thinking in my sleep about how to treat coding patients that have begun to […]

2 ways to read faster (+1 because, you read)

You see, Twenties is the celebrated age of dogmatism. Allow me to elaborate: What you do is what everybody should be doing with their time. Your philosophy is at the perfectly balanced standpoint b… Source: 2 ways to read faster (+1 because, you read)

2 ways to read faster (+1 because, you read)

You see, Twenties is the celebrated age of dogmatism. Allow me to elaborate: What you do is what everybody should be doing with their time. Your philosophy is at the perfectly balanced standpoint between nihilism and zealotry The band you’re listening to is the best undiscovered band as yet. It’s rather simple, really – people are […]

Benefits of Being a Bibliophile

Originally posted on Cafe Book Bean:
There are many benefits to being a book lover. Maybe we have an unhealthy compulsion to buy books. Maybe we have no surface space not claimed by random literary treasures. We may regularly suffer from book hangovers, but by gollie we: ?  Prefer simple pleasures              …