When I first stated pharmacy school, I had no idea what I would be getting into. I knew that I would be learning how to take care of patients, what every drug was used for, and how to be an important aspect of the healthcare team. But I had no idea of all of the other lessons that I would learn along the journey. In this blog post, I hope to convey some of the skills and lessons I’ve learned during my first year of pharmacy school. Hopefully, this will give you some insight on what it’s like being a pharmacy student.
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Disclaimer This post was sponsored Tai Pei, all opinions expressed in my post are my own.
When I was in graduate school, I ate a lot of Asian takeout. Like, so much that I would never want to go back to the website I ordered from to add it all up. When I moved back to my hometown after graduating, I was always looking for something new to try and I found that in Tai Pei. I want to thank them for sponsoring this post, so I can offer you some great graduate school self-care advice (which may or may not involve finding a food you like and indulging in it every once and a while.)
Tai Pei’s delicious Asian food will help you when you feel hungry, and they are even offering my readers a $1 off coupon on any single serve Tai Pei bowl so you can enjoy their frozen fried rice!
I have put together a list of seven tips. Some of these will be more general, and some will be pointed for when you are studying or working on your coursework.
Over a year ago now I wrote a blog post called 5 Things You Should Know Before You Go To Graduate School. Since you know that I recently got done with my MA degree, I wanted to add a couple of more tips to that list that I made back then. Also, to mix it up, I decided that I should add a few fashion photos here too. Let’s get started.
For this article, I really wanted to focus on the keeping yourself healthy side of the graduate school experience. While the last post I made on graduate school was true, it was also very rigid and study oriented. Today’s five things are equally important, it just took me a little while longer to realize that they were.
Welcome to the second part of my series 22 Quick and Useful Tips For Tackling Your Thesis. Can you believe that I sat out to write a 10 tip post when I thought of this topic? After doing a bit of soul searching, writing, and reading my post aloud I came up with even more tips. Y’all know I don’t like to hold out on y’all, so here we go.