Raise your hand if you work a ton and feel like you need a break!?! Guess what… you deserve it 🙂 Unfortunately, if you are in the medical world, it may not be as simple as taking a week off in the middle of your rotation/call/busy work month/etc. Often it’s darn right impossible to just […]
For this edition of the interview, I had the opportunity to sit with one of my favorite people, Dr. Dafina Wise-Allen. Dr. Allen started her undergraduate career at the University of Florida where she obtained her B.S in Nutritional Sciences. She went to medical school at Wayne State University and then residency at Advocates Illinois […]
Statement necklace, baubles, bracelets and rings, Oh My! Long gone are the days of women doctors in a “plain jane” white blouse, black trousers, and some dreadful Aerosoles loafers. Today’s female doctor pulls style ideas from the most fashion forward blogs.
Guest author Aklile Mekuria adds to our advocacy through poetry posts with this beautiful piece called The Sound of a Woman. Sit back and enjoy!
When the holiday season is not what you would want, we wish you happy lemonade making from sour but useful lemons!!!
Art in the form of poetry has been a passionate way for me to advocate for women. In this post, I write a little on fantasy and how we get lost in it…
I got married & became a physician within a course of a month. I never thought to change my name because it symbolized an integral part of who I had became.
The Balancing Act: Motherhood and Medicine Two months ago we had the pleasure of talking to Dr. Cindy Henry. Let’s continue the dialogue with our next mother and physician; Anita Yang, DO. Wife and mother of two children. Dr. Anita Yang aka Mommy and Wife and Doctor Anita Yang, DO is a board certified […]
Watching my eyes… lest they lead me astray focusing on someone else’s life. Seeing how folks step on others to get to the top. Trying to make me think there’s only one way up there but when I really think it over, I find a different truth. I am at the top and I like […]
In Tribute to…Dorothy Day: Affectionately know as Ma The Harlem Renaissance Themed Party My grandmother recently turned ninety years old and our family celebrated her with a surprise 1920’s-themed birthday party. She was so stunned we thought she may have a Takotsubo stress myocardial infarction from all of the excitement. Thankfully, she did […]