I love to travel, I just hate the actual travel part like planes, cars, security, immigration, luggage, visas, turned off credit card -- you get it. But I've have had many wonderful experiences and picked up a travel hack or two.
We all have to deal with banks, credit cards, lenders, etc. In these posts I'm describing some significant and trivial experiences that may echo your own or show you something you need to be doing.
As an engineer, I like things to work. When they don't, I like to fix them, keeping the KISS principle in mind, of course.
I'm one of those perpetual learners. I've spent years in classrooms as a student and a teacher, and I'm not giving up yet. Neither should you.
Medicine has changed significantly in my lifetime. I've survived a lot: measles, mumps, chickenpox, childbirth, cancer, a broken back, and few others. I feel lucky to be alive. I hope you benefit from my own experiences.
Life is life until it isn't. I've lost parents, friends, marriages, a child, and a husband. Each one has affected me in a different way. We all grieve in our own space and time.