Tarifleri yazacak Ne vakit ne de hal kaldı:))) Hikayemde paylaştım, üst katta:)) Bu sene de bereketi ile gelsin evlerimize.. Kaynayan tencere bereketine inanırım ben, Ocaklarımız hiç sönmesin inşallah 🙏 2 bayram arası yapılan salçalar, soslar..Mmmmm.. Bu daha başlangıç, kışa hazırlık 😉
Yesterday a teammate of mine said "you're always so genuinely happy and smiling! Don't you have drama and bad shit happen to you? How is it that you come into work everyday smiling and so happy!? Maybe we should sprinkle some of our drama and bs from our lives to yours to make you seem normal like the rest of us..." I instantly laughed and said "Keep that negativity away from me, Crazy! it's not that bad shit doesn't happen to me. I've lived through very dark moments and still struggle now with the bs that life throws at me. But I just always remind myself of the good things I do have and the lessons I've reluctantly learned by living through the rough times. When I feel like I'm getting anxious or get that feeling like 'I just need someone to throw a life vest towards my way because if not I'll drown' I just take a moment and allow myself to live through and feel those things. But then I decide to redirect my energy to the positive things and the things I have control over while accepting the ones I don't..." He also didn't know that 2 hours right before he saw me and said that I had just finished crying and getting advice from my other teammates about a very difficult situation I'm currently trying to figure out.
I know he meant well and was clearly kidding but it made me think of just how many people out there fail to realize just how powerful their thoughts are. I remember when I used to be that way and allowed the negative "what if's" to take control and allowed fear to hold me back from the things I wanted to do with my life. I can't pinpoint just one moment to credit back to this lesson learned. But I can remember a time when I used to pray and cry for the things/people/love/wisdom I have now. I learned how to find peace within my broken pieces and realized that the "struggle" I was presented with was always part of my story and that that "struggle" wasn't any ordinary "struggle" but much rather MY Beautiful Struggle to live through and find my purpose through. if there's anything everything happens for a reason. Stay hopeful and humble in all ways, always 🌱🌻- GMAT
Hoje minha princesa completa 2 meses de vida, que sejam dois meses de vários e vários anos, que você venha a crescer e conquistar o mundo e realizar todos os sonhos que há de ter .
I finally finished my Physiology Exam today. I have learned so much from taking this course with @harvardhmx . 📚This course has prepared me so well and it has been an amazing times. I felt so ready for my first year of medical school and would recommend anyone that is interested in going to a medical field to take it❤️. Thank you so much @harvardhmx and @harvardmed for allowing me to be part of your family and for believing in me.
PS. Handwork does pay off at the end. Stop doubting and start believing in yourself👩🏻💻👩🏻⚕️💉💊. #learnwithhmx#prehealth#harvardmed#medschool#medstudent#meded#onlinelearning#medicine .
Meet Bob! This beautiful big boy just arrived to Animal Haven from Virginia. He is gorgeous! But you better be ready for a large dog because Bob weighs a whopping 120 lbs! Most of this weight is pure mush though. He pretty much wags his tail all the time. Please come down to meet Bob at 200 Centre Street in Manhattan or go to animalhavenshelter.org for more information. Please help him! LIKE, LOVE, SHARE or ADOPT. #animalhaven#adopt#hugedog
Thank you @shannonkirkman for the beautiful photo!
It's time to take on the #cheerfitchallenge and this month's theme is PARTNER WORKOUTS👯💦! We've revamped our #cheerfitchallenges and it's game on! Prizes available each week for those who participate! Who's in?? TAG your workout bud below 👇' & TEXT the word 'CHALLENGE' to 33222 for FREE workout action👊(www.cheerfittraining.com/challenge)
A random click with my senior,a resident specializing in Internal Medicine... She'll be leaving Nephrology unit for few months as a part of clinical rotation to other internal medicine units & subspecialties.... thank you so much @mayengbampremita for everything...as tough as times may seem, and although there's more to be done, take time to enjoy the residency life along the way. Keep your head down, work hard, enjoy the shifts & it'll work out in the end.. #senior#internalmedicine#resident#specialization#nephrology#littmann