Todas las tardes, al caer el sol, este lugar se llena de magia.
Un ocaso que debes apreciar al menos una vez en tu vida. || Gracias al #IgersPeru 🏆@autobolido 📸
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Gelandang berusia 26 tahun ini amat bahagia Persija keluar sebagai kampiun.
“Rambut saya dipotong habis alias gundul adalah bentuk nazar saya membawa Persija juara. Tidak ada alasan khusus. Selain itu saya juga akan mengundang anak yatim,” ujar Sandi, Senin (10/12).
Sebagai orang rantau, Sandi bersyukur dapat meraih kesuksesan di ibu kota. Pemain asal Palu, Sulawesi Tengah ini ingin membuktikan bahwa dirinya mampu berjaya setelah mencari nafkah di Persija.
“Mudah-mudahan dengan gelar juara ini, masyarakat Palu melihat semua, saya ini orang Palu berjaya di Jakarta,” kata Sandi.
Lebih lanjut, ada satu keinginannya yang belum terwujud yakni membela timnas Indonesia. Meskipun ia termasuk bermain konsisten, baik Luis Milla maupun Bima Sakti belum meliriknya tahun kemarin. Ia berharap tahun depan ada pelatih timnas yang memanggil dirinya.
“Saya belum sukses kalau saya belum masuk Timnas Indonesia,” tutur mantan pemain Bali United dan Borneo FC itu.
No more excuses 👊🏼 Get your photos posted in our account, apply for a feature visiting RunningTerritory.com 👉🏼the link is in our bio: @RunningTerritory your photos posted in our account, apply for a feature visiting RunningTerritory.com 👉🏼the link is in our bio: @RunningTerritory 💪🏼thought I would use it to share..🤷🏼♀️ It took me an entire year to learn how to tie my shoes one-handed.
I remember being 14 yrs old, fresh out of the hospital, sitting in my first outpatient occupational therapy session and being SO frustrated. I was mad that I had to sit and relearn a myriad of simple tasks like tying my shoes, and getting increasingly frustrated at how difficult it was proving to be. The one handed bow was different, I didn't like the way it looked, there was a single "bunny ear" and my OT encouraged me to use a "tool" to help, (essentially it looked like a sewing needle with a loop on the end, shoved into the handle of a potato peeler) 😐
I didn't want to have to carry around a tool, and I didn't want elastic laces. I just wanted to be able to tie my shoes again like I had always done.
I didn't go back to OT after that day. The idea of someone with zero one-armed life experience teaching me how to navigate the world one-handed just didn't sit right with me. I was determined to tie my shoes the "normal" way, and now I do! & on a good day just as fast as I did with two lol. (Thinking about posting a tutorial/vid??) Anyway my point is that it didn't happen over night!!! It took me an ENTIRE YEAR.
That's a whole year of asking for help, avoiding tennis shoes, and squeezing my feet into shoes that were already laced tight because I refused to untie my laces.
Now I tie my shoes without having to think about it, and I only remember that it's different when someone catches me doing it and are like "wait... whaaaaaat 😮" patience is a practice, consider it an exercise for your mind, if every time you want to give up, you train yourself to feed your mind with one encouraging thought, it will literally change the way your brain functions, and soon enough, you won't have the doubt. ...All of my fellow amputees know that losing a limb just leads to increased lev
Ini namanya Pantai Broken gaaeess, tapi jangan salah, gak bikin broken heart kok 😂😂 #dolankemari at 📌Broken Beach Klungkung, Nusa Penida, Bali
Wonderful @travellerindokece photo by @masmeya
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Hi. I’m a petite, asian, female, and yes I’m your surgeon. I’m not the typical face of someone who does microsurgery and injects eyes, but #iamyourdoctor . Yes, these scrubs look a little big on me (why don’t they make sterile gowns smaller than XXL?). But I’m not stepping into someone else’s clothes. I worked hard for these extra baggy scrubs of attending-hood. And yes, I have small hands…isn’t that perfect for microsurgery though?
A few patient comments over the last couple weeks: • My doctor is too pretty to do surgery…she should a model.
•So when will I meet my surgeon? (after spending 20 mins examining and explaining surgery risk/benefits)
•I came to you since you might have a “gentle” touch (when talking about eye injections).
•You’re just a baby!
•Are you old enough to drive a car?
As a new attending, I’ve get daily comments about how young or feminine I appear. While I realize that most of my patients mean it in the nicest of ways, it doesn’t come without feelings of undermining my credentials and hard work.
I love my patients, especially for entrusting their vision in my hands , and appreciate them for accepting I may not look like their typical eye surgeon.
Thank you to @teawithmd and @nataliecrawfordmd starting a great conversation about the diversity in age, sex and race in medicine. Would love to hear your experiences!