Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Talking COVID and College Students with Dr. Megan Ranney

I am so happy to have been part of this Facebook Live with Dr. Megan Ranney. First, a little about her: 

Dr. Megan Ranney is the Director of the Brown-Lifespan Center for Digital Health and Warren Alpert Endowed Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine at Brown University in Providence, RI, as well as a co-founder of the nonprofit GetUsPPE.

Second, this conversation was sponsored. I want you to know that the terms of our agreement was solely for hosting the live on Facebook, but I'm so grateful for the chance to talk to Dr. Ranney and pleased with the information she shared, that I wanted to put it here too. I'm proud of this content. 

Here's additional info on our sponsor: 
This conversation is sponsored by Med-IQ through an educational grant from the Coverys Community Healthcare Foundation. Med-IQ is an accredited medical education company that provides an educational experience for physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and other healthcare professionals. 

 




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Thursday, September 17, 2020

My dog and I are best friends and it's weird


You know how in Frozen, Kristoff and Sven are best friends and kind of co-dependent and understand each other perfectly even though one of them can't speak because he's a reindeer?
That is me & my dog Gus Miner.
Remember how Kristoff had conversations with Sven where he basically narrated Sven's inner monologue and all his responses during their conversations and did so using a very specific "Sven" voice?
That is also me & Gus Miner.
Except it was brought to my attention that I no longer do it just in the house. I do it while walking Gus and Brady in our new neighborhood, where other people can hear me.
Example:
We are on a walk and Gus sees a small dog on the other side of the street and starts to grrr and big boy bark and I tell him no. And Brady does nothing except wag his tail and be adorable because he's a good boy.
The small dog returns Gus's greeting with some grrrs of his own and Gus promptly goes batshit crazy, tearing around in circles and doing weird leaps.

Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Five things I love very much that make me happy

My favorite erasable pens
are Pilot Frixions.
 

Five things I love very much that make me happy 
(in no particular order):
1. Dogs
2. Erasable pens (they're amazing)
3. When tomatoes are in season and you can eat them every day and they never stop being delightful
4. Sleeping on clean sheets
5. When you let someone go in front of you in traffic and they wave back at you and smile
I am attempting to start my day with happy thoughts about simple things.
I ALSO LOVE STICKERS. The good ones from RedBubble.
(Sorry for blurting that out I've had too much coffee)

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