I'm just a soon-to-be vet student at UC Davis with big dreams and a habit of rambling about spiders.
I was once told by a veterinarian role model to "eat the elephant one bite at a time" and, although I was at first taken aback by how strange this phrase was, I try to incorporate this mantra into my everyday problem solving.
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Category Archives: undergrad
As a child I sometimes crawled around on hands and knees and ate my dinner out of a large bowl on the floor. Before you stop reading and call the psych ward please google this, it’s a common thing. Apparently … Continue reading
I’ve been type A for as long as I remember. I became used to juggling many assignments in relatively little time ever since I attended a college-prep high school and middle school. After coming to Berkeley I discovered the beauty … Continue reading
As a second semester college senior who has already been accepted into grad school, the intense pressure to get straight A’s and suffer to juggle internships, tedious work, and extracurriculars has dwindled down to a low simmer. I have a … Continue reading
Words. Lots of words. ABOUT MYSELF. Actually my worst nightmare. I’ve never been a fan of writing about myself be it cover letters, personal statements or in class assignments (blogging is different since sarcasm is commonplace). I jumped into writing … Continue reading
I took it twice. It was a blast (<–THIS IS A LIE). The photo below is after taking it the second time: the first socialization in months aka cocktails with my favorite parents. The first time I took it after … Continue reading