Month: November 2015


A Family Affair

25 Nov 2015

By Linda Farkas This Thanksgiving has given me much to reflect on;  myself changing jobs, my husband and I moving across country, one daughter completing her first year out of college and living i...


GRATITUDE – 10 Things to be Grateful for

18 Nov 2015

By Sarah B. Bryczkowski Gratitude - To be grateful, give thanks, show appreciation. For those of you who don't know, I am forever optimistic. I always hope for the best. Even when the fecal mat...


Gratitude at Home and Work

13 Nov 2015

By Lauren B. Nosanov Steeling myself for an incoming 5 year-old MVC victim with reportedly fixed and dilated pupils per the EMS report, I am overwhelmed with gratitude that my own children are safe...


An Attitude of Gratitude

08 Nov 2015

By: Beth Shaughnessy It can be a difficult task to think about gratitude because we may become a little hardened and insensitive in light of the demands on our time.  I can't help but smirk when I...


Inspiring & Encouraging Women Surgeons Blog

05 Nov 2015

by Minerva Romero Arenas, MD, MPH It was only a month ago that thousands of surgeons met in Chicago for the annual American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress. Just days before, however, over 15...