Happy Sunday! Wishing this was my view right now, but alas I’ve spent the entire weekend moving from my couch to my desk to my kitchen table to study for tomorrow’s GI final. I’m hoping to fit in a quick workout today and watched most of the Florida-LSU football game last night, but other than that it’s been a lot of the sitting and studying.
BUT no matter what is going on in my life, I read the New York Times with my coffee every Sunday morning. Not even a Monday morning exam like I have tomorrow will keep me from this little routine – I especially love the Sunday Routine in the New York section. While I love chatting about health policy happenings and medical school, there is so much more that I want to share. I’m hoping to get back into my This Week in Health Policy series and have a lot of great posts planned for #MPHMonday, but I also want to share fun, interesting, and newsworthy items that might have nothing to do with health (policy or care). So let’s give it a whirl, shall we??
Health systems are recognizing that health is more than access to medical care.
Speaking of Grace, check out the podcast Bad on Paper she co-hosts with her BFF Becca for all the best book recommendations.
I was obsessed with Nancy Drew as a kid – it was even the theme of my Bat Mitzvah – so I’m beyond excited to check out this new CW series!
Simone Biles is in a league of her own.
I’ll be making this super simple and flavorful one-pan farro with tomatoes for dinner tonight.
Dreaming of the day I can go on a perfectly curated trip to Paris.
I need to implement some of these strategies to deal with feeling overwhelmed.