Happy Sunday Funday my friends,
Its been a very productive summer so far here in Arizona for me. I’ll be submitting my medical school applications at the end of this week, and I’m excited but also scared. This has been a moment I’ve waited for since I was a young girl and it’s crazy to imagine that my dream is so close within my reach. Of course, you’re probably wondering what the title of this post has to do with today’s blog, and I’m sure you’re already thinking… “okay, so what does this mean exactly Ari?” Well, with this nervousness and doubt I’ve been feeling with the submission of my applications I’ve had to continually remind myself that it’s better to try and take a risk instead of not doing anything at all. Let’s just reread that sentence for a second.
I’ve been on a blogging frenzy recently and thought it’ll be nice to share a little more about myself. I’m so grateful to have this opportunity to blog my ideas and experiences and wanted to give some background of who I am by sharing 20 facts about myself.
So without further ado, let’s jump into this!
Happy Travel Tuesday!
Today I have a run-down of my favorite spots/foods in Japan from my trip 2 years ago! During this time, I got to taste the most wonderful food, visit amazing places and created new memories with my family.
Japan is definitely one of the most beautiful and unique places that I’ve visited and I highly recommend for anyone to go if they have the opportunity. The Japanese culture is very inviting and all the people are so kind and sweet. Never have I been treated with so much respect and kindness until I’ve visited here!
Here’s my Japan itinerary and I hope you enjoy! 🙂
I hope all is well. Life has been moving so quickly, and it’s just crazy to think that it’s already May. I’ve been working as a Medical Scribe for the past two months now at a Pediatric office, and I wanted to share my experience with those who are considering to become a scribe, etc. But first off, what even is a scribe? A scribe relieves practitioners of secretarial duties by allowing them to focus directly on clinical care. Scribes are limited to documentation duties for the practitioner. Therefore, it is a great way to understand the clinical care process and documentation.
I knew that I wanted to be a scribe because it would provide me the opportunity to gain healthcare experience and learn medical terminology. Also, getting paid at the same time! (Gotta pay for those medical school applications somehow ;)). I wanted to share my initial impressions of the position to those who are looking for further healthcare opportunities. So without further ado, let’s get started!
It’s me, I’m back! I apologize for being M.I.A. and let me just tell you… it’s been CRAZY. The MCAT is now over, I can finally breathe a lot more, and I’m excited to begin fun projects on the blog! I have a lot of new content coming and I’m positive y’all are going to love it. (Hint hint: guest writers, potential e-books).