Why doctors need more coffee catch-ups

My first few months of first-year university were very busy. I spent every waking minute extensively engaged in what I saw as the primary goal of attending tertiary education.


It was a wonderfully productive time, where I felt I built a foundation for my future — my horizons broadened, my skills finessed. When I wasn’t busy learning, I was reflecting on what I had learnt.

I felt the flow of a fully engaged mind and enjoyed the sense of mastery I was gaining.

What was I doing?