Look over your LEFT shoulder to see your future

Our human brains tend to either look back or look ahead constantly.

I know I used to be constantly hoping, wishing and planning for the future.

Are you living in your future or your past?

The only way your past affects you is how you choose to think about it right now. It’s the same with the future.

ONE small shift in perspective from future or past to present focused will make all the difference when you want to change your life.

Are you focusing on the future while living in the now?

Or are you worrying about a future that may never come, or fretting about a past that you can’t change, except in your perspective?

Learning from your past while applying that knowledge to your future helps you grow and create as you go through your days.

It’s a very cool way to live. You’re always learning and moving forward. Never being stuck, unless you’re choosing to pause while learning or going deeper into your why.

I love feeling alive at any given moment. Feeling empowered. Tingly, excited. Energetic. I highly recommend it!

Have a fantastic weekend my friends.



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Even cows get curious


I just finished my board re-certification exam for internal medicine two weeks ago. 10 hours of testing in a little room at a testing center where you are photographed, palm printed, monitored, recorded and have to raise your hand to take a break between sections and then repeat the verification process after and before each of the hour sections that take approximately 2 hours each.

 After which, I feel very proud. I feel accomplished. I feel relaxed. I feel… kind of crazy.

Why the heck did I just study for SIX MONTHS on an almost daily basis for a test I DIDN’T HAVE TO TAKE???

It didn’t occur to me that this was an optional endeavor until my medical assistant texted me jokingly that she “hoped I passed because she didn’t want to look for a new job”… It was then that I recognized that I did not have to take this test. Which made me think – why did I do it?

Rationally, I wanted to keep both of my certifications, I worked for YEARS to achieve my dream of becoming a doctor. I loved my sleepless nights saving lives and learning the depths of internal medicine inside and out. I am absolutely honored to help care for patients now and be part of their lives in my specialty. I love forming long-term relationships with my patients. I love “nerding out” on new science, new articles, new treatment options. I love being able to help other people.

I love it so much, I’m forging a second career because I’m so passionate about everyone getting the opportunity to feel like I do every day.

It makes me sad to think that there are people who are unhappy in their jobs, unhappy in their bodies, unhappy in their lives. I understand that that is their choice.

I also understand that most of us weren’t raised with the coping skills and the advanced thinking skills to change our lives on command. I feel like this is a gift I’ve been given and I want to keep paying it forward.

I choose every day to continue forward in this amazing life that I’ve created (even though I bumbled along… and made some choices for not-the-best-reasons in the past). And that I have the amazing time and opportunity to continue to live and create each day that I wake up on this earth.

Thank you for being part of my journey. Thank YOU for reading. Thank YOU for being who you are on this planet!!

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