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Say hi to Bob 👋

20/10- Bob’s a rescue who had a nasty fall at the start of lockdown ( A cat??! Falling??! 🤷) and now is paraplegic. But he’s such a good boy even when I’m squeezing his bladder and guts out( He needs someone to help him go pee pee and poop because he can’t do it himself ❗) and giving him oral meds( which he needs to relax his bladder walls and to prevent any infection from urine being stored in there) Spent the last week petsitting this guy and I never knew cats could be this patient ❤️

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10/4- Bright sunny day for a successful SPAY surgery 👨‍⚕️✂️

Got my 4 year old female black labrador 🐶neutered on a Sunday morning. She was drowsy from the anesthesia (+ Because of the longgg duration of action of Diazepam which was used as a preanesthetic) the entire 🚘 ride home from the vet(and the following day too) as it can be seen in the 📷 but she was back on her feet a day later. 💪

It was a sleepy 💤 and breezy day.

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9/24- Done with theory classes for the week. 💻 It was a productive morning, had a hearty breakfast 🍚 ( didn’t need coffee 🤯). The sun’s out after 3 days of non stop rain☔. Weekend plans- reading a small orthopedic book for canines that I’ve been putting off forever.

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How does a vet student keep organized? I recently picked up bullet journaling😍 like everything else in my life I had to cover it in relatable stickers😋 Bullet journaling has been an amazing creative outlet during this pandemic and has inspired me to keep better track of my daily to-do’s and assignment due dates🗓📖

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Anyone else LOVE the respiratory system?! My dog had a lung lobe torsion 5 years ago and had to have a thoracotomy and lung lobectomy. Today he is a healthy old pupper and inspires me to study veterinary medicine each and every day🥰

Currently learning about Acid-Base Analysis of a Blood Gas and respiratory mechanics🙊

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25 January 2017 12:38

This morning I worked really hard to stay productive and focused and I actually did a bit of studying! This afternoon my mom will listen to me repeating so that should go well :3

On another note, I’ve done a lot of thinking lately about what motivates me and I found out that I don’t want to work at a clinic, I want to work with wildlife, to work outside with lots of different species. I just never really believed that that dream could be doable and so I shrinked my dreams until they were “more rational and realistic” because I was ultimately afraid of failure. By doing so I lost both my motivation and my dreams. So now I’m trying to regain the ability to dream big, I constantly have to remind myself that it’s ok to dream and to aspire to a difficult job, and that even if I’ll fail it will be ok. Plenty of people have failed on the road they chose, found another one and are still happy, so why shouldn’t I allow myself to dream, try and fail and try again?

To everyone of you, I hope you always have the courage and strenght to follow your crazy incredible dreams. And remeber that you are allowed to fail and make mistakes, it doesn’t make you a bad person or a failure yourself, it just makes you human.

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10.27.20 The temperature has certainly started dropping here, but I’ve found ways to keep myself occupied indoors. I have another biology exam on Thursday, so that involves studying and tea in the lounge. Luckily, I’ve also made time to go indoor rock climbing with friends. The only problem is that my fingers are dead and I have an essay due at midnight…

🎼- Knee Socks by Arctic Monkeys

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Today -among other things- I have a podcast to listen to on Jeremy Bentham and utilitarianism, and the ethical aspects of it. Then I need to develop a thinking on how it affects and can be linked to veterinary practise.

I’ve always love what you can call philosophy and critical thinking and I used to have good grades in these subjects. Sadly I sometimes feel like my years in scientific fields, then the first two years of vet school where you have to learn and learn and learn without exercising said critical thinking much, have shaped my brain in a way that makes it difficult for me now to articulate and word my thoughts…

One of my biggest hope is once all this madness will be over, once I’ll be a proper adult (do you see the irony here? ;) ) I’ll be able to study and read about philosophies, educate myself, understand things better, grow…

But for now, to work!

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October 25, 2020

While being productive is heavily praised in the studyblr community; I wanted to add a post all about ways to reduce stress as us students are typically stressed with all of the demands of school. We all need to take time to love and appreciate our minds and bodies.


  • Taking a break from work does not make you a failure
  • It is important to be patient with yourself in a time during uncertainty
  • Growth can still be found in stillness
  • You cannot be perfect
  • It is okay to fail, in fact it is human to fail. It’s about how you learn from those failures

Habits for better mental health:

  • Journal
  • Exercise
  • Take a hot shower or bath
  • Listen to music and sing your heart out (my personal fav)
  • Stretch and hydrate
  • Snuggle up with a pet
  • Meditation!
  • FaceTime a friend

While I realize school may take up most of your time, your mental health always needs to be a priority! If anyone has anything to add to this list feel free to add below !!! 💗

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