Blogs and Sites

Guest Posts and Features

I am grateful to the bloggers who have featured me on their sites or asked me to write for their blogs. It has been a wonderful opportunity and you can find some great information on these blogs. Here are the links to my guest-posts/features:

What Inspires Your Writing? There’s a view at the top of the misty mountain…you just have to climb it

The Zeit: 10 Tips for Embarking on a New Adventure

The Zeit: 8 Keys to a Wholesome Marriage

Wine and Bread: Check out some delicious recipes!

There are so many interesting blogs and websites I have come across, in a wide variety of topics. I am just listing a few here that have been particularly informative/inspiring for me and I feel would be of interest/use to others. Enjoy!

Medical Blogs

Acting Doctor:  An acting professor/actor turned medical student (also known as my big brother) and currently pursuing his residency in pediatrics.

Medicine from the Trenches: An informative blog from a currently practising female surgeon. The name of the blog says it all.

Behind the White Coat: A humorous and heartwarming blog from a currently practicing doctor and mother.

Mothers in Medicine: A group blog with inspiring stories from physician mothers who have been there, done that. A post that I found particularly helpful is this one with positive comments from people who grew up with mothers who were physicians.

Medical Blarg: An informative blog from a current Canadian medical student.

Parenting Blogs/Resources:

Teach Your Monster To Read: A fun online game that helps kids learn how to read

A Mother Far From Home: Practical parenting advice with plenty of free or reasonably priced downloadable resources

Faith Blogs:

Equipping Godly Women: Useful resource to help build faith and family


Ruben J. Williams (RJW) Foundation: Focusing on Eastern Africa, the RJW foundation aims to tackle disparities in the provision of surgical healthcare in developing countries.

Save the Mothers: An international organization aimed at improving the health of mothers and babies in developing countries, particularly in regards to safe childbirth.

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