I am in the final stretch of my graduate school degree program. My next class starting next month is a culmination of my past two years of schoolwork. I apologize for my absence and slow responses at times, but I have dealt with limited energy and a lack of mental motivation in aspects of my personal life.
If you are a student and you’ve noticed your MD taking a toll on your mind and body, how do you budget your awake time appropriately so that you are not too tired or unmotivated to do things? Even though my grad school classes are online, I have hours of reading behind a computer, and then I communicated with my classmates virtually. What motivates you to work hard and keep your grades up when fatigue strikes?
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