There are many tutorials around the internet on Markdown, and most of them are better than what you can find in this article. However, since I use it a lot, I feel compelled to add my take on this, in the hopes that this article might help some people write better and more efficiently. What … Continue reading Guide To Markdown: My Approach To Web Publishing
I heard a great song the other day. It resonated with me so deeply. I loved it a lot. Seemed like all the instruments, vocals, high-, mid- and low-tones meshed together in a way that could not be more perfect. I wanted to create something like that for other people too. Write something that connects … Continue reading How To Be Human: Fail at creating things you like
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There's a certain kind of creative energy when you have an idea. When you decide to start a new project to work on that idea, the energy is miles-high; you're swimming with inspiration, you're filled to the brim with an eagerness to work on said project. Then reality sets in. The project is harder than … Continue reading Updates, Juggling, and Focus
This post was originally published on the MIMS Career Blog. Aisyah (not her real name) was frustrated. Last night’s shift made her feel like she never even went to nursing school. She had a patient with ESRD who was about to go for dialysis at 0800. She was monitoring his blood pressure, and at … Continue reading Why You Feel Like You Suck Even Though You’re Doing A Great Job