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I am doctor, and I quit medicine

(well, kinda).

I still work in healthcare but in a different capacity than what I originally thought (more on this in the future, I promise).

It's no secret that doctors, nurses, therapists, and nearly all healthcare workers have been quitting in droves. The sentiment is there with the common theme being: "we're tired, and was all of this worth it?"

Maybe you are in the same boat, whether you've been thinking about quitting your job, or whether you've already quit. It's scary to think about the realities that hit once you know, there won't be a paycheck this month or student loans loom on the horizon.

So, I've decided to start this blog/personal essay/newsletter site (what exactly do I call it?), detailing life and all the intricacies that come after quitting your job, especially as doctor. I'll weave in what lead me to quit my job, the why's and the how's, and honestly share the future that is currently unraveling in front of me.

Hopefully, others in the same position can feel a sense of camaraderie and belonging, because that's what we're all searching for isn't it?


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