The underrated simple joys of living.

“We should all do what, in the long run, gives us joy, even if it is only picking grapes or sorting the laundry.”  – E.B. White A handful of simple tasks that I would normally complain about back home, but I’ve found during my time here in Coromandel to bring inexplicable joy: Hanging freshly washed laundry

This is the year.

Today I’m entering into 2017 so deeply connected to my truth, that nothing needs orchestrating. This is the year I become a physician, the year that I officially join the field of Emergency Medicine. This is the year I move to a place I’ve never lived without anyone I’ve ever known beside me. This is

Preparing for Another Trip Around the Sun

I don’t have any specific resolutions for the New Year–there aren’t any juice cleanses or new gym memberships or spring cleanings on the horizon, but I am thinking more about the way I wish to live. I’d like to stop comparing myself to others, for one. I’d like to finally break-up with “I’m not good enough.”