The two categories that are follow up questions after residency interviews you may seek to answer through a quick google search, the booklet/folder the program handed out, email contact with the program coordinator, or if more appropriate a resident your spouse connected with at the preinterview dinner.Read More
Increasing a student’s income by $15,000 in one month is a pure miracle in my opinion and one that was given to us! I want to share this with you, because it’s simple and it may be possible for you as well.Read More
You need to connect, connect, connect — as much as you can.
I don’t care how you do it, but do it.
Even if it’s a text, phone call, FaceTime, or quick 🍆
Send pics, make jokes, and make them realize (and miss!) what they’re missing out at home.
Obviously there will be times when they won’t respond like while they’re seeing patients or in a procedure. (But be reassured, they would respond if they could.) But keep trying to connect.Read More
During seasons of added responsibilities our roles may need to be readjusted—we may have to fulfill new roles that don’t come naturally in order to encourage our spouse to thrive in the place they are needed. Rather than allowing resentment to creep in through jealousy and comparison, work toward supporting one another in your *shared* vision and watch how appreciation will bloom and flourish in your marriage…even during this busier than normal season!Read More
Emily Vacek has not always bloomed where she was planted. But through the hard and life of endless transitions as a fellows wife, she has grown in wisdom. I just love how open Emily is with her story and how she puts words to the comparison struggle we all face at one time or another. […]Read More