Wow, it has been over a year since I sat down to put a blog together. I guess that is a true testament to how busy/crazy things have been. So here is a brief recap of the highlights to get caught back up to today! The last time I posted something it was unfortunately not… Continue reading I’m Back!
So it has been a rather busy 6 weeks for DrH and me. Here is the rundown with what has been going on!: May 6th: DrH completed Step 3. May 8th: We closed on our first house. May 14th-16th: DrH was in CA for a training. May 17th: Moved into our new house. May 23rd: Friend's wedding in NC.… Continue reading Catch up! May & June
"Exercise gives you endorphins. Endorphins make you happy. Happy people just don't shoot their husbands, they just don't." - Elle Woods, Legally Blonde Yes, I just quoted Legally Blonde. I love that movie and I am a Reece Witherspoon fan. So, don't judge :-). Ms. Elle Woods is correct! 😉 It is amazing how much better… Continue reading Me Time?
As any medical significant other knows, keeping your other half involved in "every day" things (activities, chores, celebrations, family dinner, etc) can often be a challenge. We know this because more often than not they miss out on the "every day" life things when working 80+ hours a week, and if they are not working they… Continue reading Keeping Them Involved
When my husband was in medical school I didn't have anyone to talk to about the world of medicine. Of course my husband was happy to talk to me about it, but he didn't have all the information that I was looking for and I didn't expect him to. I did my best to research through good… Continue reading AMA Alliance Fireside Chat
As you might remember, Last spring following Match Day, when we found out that we would be in the area for 7+ years, we started look for a house somewhere between DC and Baltimore. At the time, I was planning to keep my position at the large PR agency I was with and DrH was… Continue reading Buying vs. Renting in Residency
This past weekend DrH's hospital hosted a Valentine's dinner dance for the physicians at the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore. Which by the way, is a really awesome place if you have a chance to check it out. He luckily had the weekend off so we were able to attend. Anyone who knows me personally… Continue reading Valentine’s Day
I realize that it has been quite some time since I have updated the blog world. The truth is that I was focusing any spare time I had on finding myself a new position closer to or in Baltimore. As you know, once DrH matched in Baltimore, we were thrilled that we didn't have to move… Continue reading New Year, New Start
I have a very yummy and EASY recipe to share with you all. As I have mentioned before I do a lot of scouring Pinterest to find easy meals that require minimal prep since I am also working full time and commuting a total of 3 hours a day to DC. I found a crock… Continue reading Cranberry Pork Loin (Crock Pot)
I have received a lot of advice in regards to surviving DrH's 7 year residency or frankly any stage of the medical training process. Some valid points and some flat out depressing. But, I'd say one of the best pieces of advice I received was to make your living space, whether it be a studio… Continue reading Making A Home