Congratulations! You’ve finally been accepted to Physician Assistant School! Now the bead of sweat starts and the pit in your stomach forms as you wonder, how will I afford this?! Today, David Duquette, shares about the financial impact of your student loans and what they mean for you during — and after —PA School.
Whether it’s finding the PA position that you’ve dreamt up for years now, prepping for your first interviews as a PA, or not knowing what to do now that school is done having all of these ‘adulting’ tasks are ahead of you — I’ve addressed it inside!
Anxiety can be a frightening downward spiral if you don’t address it & the unnecessary burden it places on your every day. Anxiety for me was always rooted by the stressor of wanting to do well& accompanied by the fear of failure. For many years it was easy to float by & then PA school approached- I would work myself to extreme limits that were not healthy; I dropped weight, forgot to eat, wasn’t resting at night, and had major anxiety about my performance throughout my didactic year
Is the work-life balance just a hype? Is it just something medical bloggers like to talk about to make their highlight reel even more of a sparkling + perfect feed? The concept of work-life balance is not so straightforward- if it were physician burnout wouldn’t be all over the news like wildfire every few months... TOP 4 TIPS TO FIND YOUR OWN WORK LIFE BALANCE.