A Whole Year of Blogging!
Wowee – it has been a year since I started this blog last year (on a side note it was actually my sister’s birthday to be precise – she’s turning 18 this year, how exciting!) – time really goes by quickly, and 65 posts, 74 comments and 2730 views later; here we are.
I started this blog as a ‘hopeful medic’ (hence the name of my blog, though long-winded) in year 13 aspiring to study Medicine at university. Now I am so lucky to look back on that wish having actually achieved it. I love my course (most of the time) and fingers crossed I get through the rest of the year alright.
So this time last year, I was mainly trying to document my experiences as student trying to get into medical school…that’s kind of just developed into a ‘journal’ of my university experience now studying as a first-year. As much as I write this blog for myself, I would also like to keep it relevant and helpful for my readers too. I have been so grateful that people actually read and bother commenting on what I write about sometimes and the variety of the ‘stats’ page never ceases to amaze me.
So I would like to appeal to any of you readers out there for any ideas or comments about the blog thus far or for future suggestions about what I could post about (please see the poll at the end of the post). At the moment it tends to be whatever has caught my mind that particular week or anything I have found particularly interesting from my course but I am welcome to any feedback. That’s it for this short post, and thank you to those of you who continue reading my blog.