I’m just going to say this right now, instead of not doing an intro to this post, let me just say that I’m not good at intros, so I’m not going to try for an hour to see what’s good… haha.
Someone older readers may know me from about a year ago, but I haven’t posted in quite a while. I feel as if my previous posts were quite childish so I going to retry this whole blogging thing!
Hello! My name is Roman, and I’m the youngest blogger (I think) at Youth Are Awesome! All you will see in this post is me explaining myself and what my blogs will feature of. So let start with four questions about me, Roman!
1.What do you want to do when you’re older?
Well, as you’ve may have seen in my first “Meet the Blogger” back in 2015, I said “My ambition is to be an artist, because I really like drawing, especially designing houses.” We can now scribble all that out because my plans have changed and I think they won’t change again.
My dream job is to be a Respiratory Doctor, and you’ll find out why later in this post.
2.Why do you want to be a respiratory doctor?
I’ve had breathing problems since I was born, most know it has asthma. Now I know you’re probably like “oh Asthma, everyone has it, why would you change your career for it?” The answer is simple, and as “attention seeking” as it sounds, it’s really going to help you understand my future blog posts. The question below explains my story with asthma.
3. What is your experience with Asthma?
Well, I’ve had asthma since I was born, as previously mentioned. It was bad, but it got better over time, to the point where I thought I had grown out of it at about the ages from ten to twelve. But then, things really blew up. I started having “flare ups” quite often, at least twice a month. Some needed medical attention, others were controlled at home. After several “flare ups”, I went to an asthma clinic, and met Dr. Noseworthy and her team of asthma nurses. They charted me in the list of 50 worst asthmatics in Alberta.
There’s really no “cure” to asthma, just treatment. I have to take different medicines every night, and we still have problems. The reason I want to become a respiratory doctor is because I’ve had first-hand experience with respiratory diseases, allowing me to relate to patients who suffer from the same conditions in the hospital. To have the experience of knowing the hospital has helped me assist friends with breathing problems, but I won’t bore you with all that.
4.What will your blog posts generally be about?
So, I plan to post on the first and last Monday of every month. A blog post will be various things: healthy foods, day in the lives, and just anything related to a healthy living, also the odd post about travel and new things in Calgary.
For now, that’s it from me. I hope you guys like the new take this year.