When I started out as a medical student, this is what I believed – that I’m a warm, loving person, and medicine suits me like a second skin just because of That.
2 weeks into anatomy, I only wanted to run away into the depths of hell.
What the hell, right?
All the topics and the weight of it were choking me, and I couldn’t stand it.
Only then did I realize that you need to put in a lot of effort to become a doctor along with being a good human.
If you are a medical student you’ll get the drift.
I’m not saying this to discourage anyone, by the way.
I’m just sharing a universal phenomenon among medical students.
It’s just a bit difficult to manage your studies and your life without a proper plan.
So I started thinking about ways to stay organised and productive as a med student at the same time not sacrificing my hobbies or a little me-time.
And that’s how I started outlining a digital planner for medical students inspired from difficulties that I faced.
What is this digital planner?
This is a year around study planner for MBBS students.
I’ve tried to cut out unnecessary spreads and include just the ones we want for our daily lives.
I named it ‘Digital planner for MBBS medical students’ because I couldn’t find one on the internet when I googled for the same.
(There aren’t many planners customised for MBBS students)
What does this planner comes with?
This planner comes with 13 customized pages, including a cover page for name.
It has a very minimalistic theme – I wanted the planner to look clean, so I chose a green-and-blue pallette which is very calming to the eyes.
The pages have a 2 cm border on the left in case you want to print and bind them.
The Digital planner for medical students include:
• Goal planner
• Habit tracker
• Motivation page (track your achievements and steps you took to achieve them)
• Study session planner
• Subject- topics- subtopics planner
• Day planner
• Weekly planner
• Monthly planner
• Year planner
• Brain-dump page
• Shopping lists page
• Expense tracker