Tag: Physical Therapy
Somehow, time has flown by and this year I started my third year here at the University of Findlay! For a pre-physical therapy major, junior year is usually pretty stressful due to *cue scary music* the PT graduate school application. On top of the crazy and intimidating graduate school application, I have also taken on a couple more responsibilities within the organizations I am in. So, while my class schedule is a little more relaxed, and I am indeed taking less credit hours, the hours I have been putting in with my organizations and my application have all added up to the reason I am just now getting to working on my blogging. Sorry to keep you all waiting!
As I mentioned earlier, I am currently working on the Physical Therapy, non-direct admit, graduate school application. If you’re a pre-physical therapy major, this is … Read More »
Being a health science major is exhausting! Honestly, just being in college is exhausting. My days are often busy, crazy, and filled with lots of coffee, which is also a very normal “college thing.”
This vlog is just a quick sneak peek into what an average Monday in my life looks like! I usually start off the day getting up around 7:45 a.m. or 8 a.m. Insert first cup of coffee here.
Next, I head over to my art class, a nice and relaxing class that I’m taking to fulfill one of my undergraduate requirements. I haven’t taken an art class since elementary school, and it’s been a ton of fun. This class is also a great way to take a little break from my crazy stress.
Usually after art, I head to one of my favorite places in Findlay – George House! Insert … Read More »
Senior year of high school is such a fun and nostalgic time filled with lots of firsts and lasts. Even more, it is usually very scary and stressful for many, including myself. Trying to decide where you want to spend the next 4+ years of your life is nerve-racking; trying to decide what you want to do for the rest of your life at the age of 18 is terrifying.
Ever since my freshman year of high school, I believed that my calling in life was somewhere in the medical field. However, I don’t do well around blood, and I cannot deal with vomit whatsoever, so where did this leave me? How would I pursue a career in the medical field? Then came sophomore year. All I was doing was sitting in my last period health class, thinking about the weekend … Read More »