Does anyone else get tired of the editing process? I prefer the actual writing part to the revisions part. (Maybe because the editing seems interminable.)
This past week was (thankfully) the kind where inspiration revealed itself everywhere. Sometimes, I get so burnt out with the rat race that I just want to give up. But then, I'll come across people who are doing so much, day in and day out, and I'm refueled.
Women in Medicine networking event.
All of the women shared their personal stories on how they balance their careers and families. They were also honest about how medicine ruined some relationships and shrunk previous interests. It was refreshing to hear that instead of the typical "you'll figure it out and it 's not so bad" jargon.
(80 female physicians + med students = a lot of eating!)
Taking a break from studying with my 2 lifelines.
With my precious little sister before we head out to see Something Borrowed!
Something Borrowed opening night with the incredible Emily Giffin. Every time I see Emily, she makes my entire weekend. She is gorgeous in an I-don't-realize-it kind of way, insightful, compassionate, and intelligent. A true and rare role model.
Tonight, I also saw Water for Elephants (only read the first chapter) and LOVED it. Has anyone else checked it out??
What do you do to refuel?
Does the editing process ever wear you out?