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Right Place at the Right Time

“The great moments of your life won’t necessarily be the things you do, they’ll also be the things that happen to you. Now, I’m not saying you can’t take action to affect the outcome of your life, you have to take action, and you will. But never forget that on any day, you can step out the front door and your whole life can change forever. You see, the universe has a plan, kids, and that plan is always in motion. A butterfly flaps its wings, and it starts to rain. It’s a scary thought, but it’s also kind of wonderful. All these little parts of the machine constantly working, making sure that you end up exactly where you’re supposed to be, exactly when you’re supposed to be there. The right place at the right time.”

Ted Mosby, How I Met Your Mother

 

 

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For everyone who has been with me for the last 4 months, you have been my source of inspiration. I had a leap of faith, because of the all support you’ve poured to this avenue (*cue the tears*), I didn’t expect to become a source of empowerment. Thank you for tagging along co-dreamers!  It all just started from a mere thought to blog, and now we’re here in the right place, at the right time. This growth, this development of creating my very OWN website, “I painstakingly tried to figure out from scratches, for the last few days juggling with paper cases, flu, and evals” #parasablog, is for you!

I am so excited to share this new platform/development milestone with you! haha

I am still learning (a lot), but I’m more than motivated on what the future holds. Join me defy gravity on this medlife/ blogging journey, 1 content at a time!

 

As always, feel free to keep requesting specific content from me, comment down below, or send a message on Student Doctor Diary’s Facebook page. Let me know if there’s anything I can do future doctors. ♡ 

 

Stay curious! Stay inspired! 

 

xo,

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P.S.

To my sister, Meg, who has helped me put up this site, thank you so much.

I love you ate, stay safe and happy!

 

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