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Dog Days Are Over by Florence + the Machine.

Medical school has officially drawn to a close and it is time for me to focus my attention completely on the next big thing: the wedding. The momentum forward continues.

Can’t Hold Us feat. Ray Dalton by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.

This is it: the final push; the last three days before the LMCC exam. Nobody has time to stay sick. It is time to roll.

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Millions of Brazilians by Amores Vigilantes.

In two weeks’ time, I will need to write the Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Exam (MCCQE) Part 1. There is still a lot of material to review up until that point. For now though, I think I will go enjoy the sunny weather and listen to some music.

April Showers by ProleteR.

An extended long weekend calls for some proper mood music. Why not step into the music time machine for a bit of nostalgia.

The Mother We Share (SOAK Cover) by Chvrches.

The last few days have been very busy from every front, from planning the wedding and honeymoon, to getting ready for the licensing exam and residency. Somewhere along the line, I let a few things get under my skin. It is time to listen to some music and unwind.

Veranda (RAC Remix) by Cillie Barnes.

Here is my study music for the day. I hope everyone is enjoying their weekend. 

At Your Touch by Joe Hertz.

For a five-thirty drive to the hospital to begin rounds, this seemed most fitting. Driving on the dimly lit road, a cold frost set on the empty streets, this is how to get pumped at an ungodly hour.

The Moon Song by Karen O.

This is my post call mood music for the weekend. Tomorrow we will start all over again.

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Anything by Hedley.

One more week until Match Day. The suspense is killing me. There is this gnawing feeling that I did not match but I have to believe that I did what I could and that everything will turn out all right.

Comatose by Hayden Calnin.

The end of any week calls for a wind down song. Though my week does not really end until tomorrow night because of call, I think there is no harm in starting a little earlier. This is the sound I need.