During my first year of med school, I had completely neglected this blog. Trying to find the right study routine and getting used to the med school fire hose of information, it always seemed like I was drowning 300 feet below the surface. Now, however, I have become more adjusted to life as a med student and it feels more like treading water, still a bit scary but at least my head’s above water. So, I am coming back to this blog, hoping to share some of the things I’ve learned in the past year. Stay tuned for posts on study routines and tips, as well as reviews of study resources, textbooks, and other products. If there is anything you’d like to know about what med school is like, please feel free to ask by leaving a comment below. You can also ask questions and share your thoughts on Facebook. And exciting news!! Doctors of Tomorrow now has an Instagram! Be sure to follow @doctorsoftomorrow on Instagram for more frequent posts and an inside look at the day-to-day life of a med student. (Apologies in advance for the cheesy humor that is most likely to come; with all the work we have to do, humor is the best way to keep from going insane!)
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