About Donna Rovito

donnarovito has written 97 articles so far, you can find them below.

It Must Be Nice

(Editor’s Note: This is our all-time most-liked and best read blog post. Read it to find out why.) It Must Be Nice By Erica Camp “It must be nice.” Without a doubt, this is my least favorite colloquialism in the English language. Though not explicitly stated in the phrase, I have always felt that it […] Continue reading →

Plan Ahead: Tax Tips for Physician Families

Plan Ahead: Tax Tips for Physician Families By Bruce Roscher It’s best to be prepared at tax preparation time, so much less stress is created. Tax time can be especially stressful for younger taxpayers who are going through life changes, or earning substantially higher income for the first time. Young physician families are an excellent […] Continue reading →

Rethink Your Resolutions

Rethink Your Resolutions By Stacie Johnson                   (Editor’s Note: This blog was originally published in 2014, but its message is timeless.) Last year I made a New Year’s resolution to not clean as much. Yep, that is right, I declared I wouldn’t clean my house. I decided […] Continue reading →

Balancing Interfaith Holidays

Balancing Interfaith Holidays By Julie Berkowitz Newman           Ah, ‘tis the season.  For stress. The holidays have been marketed as joyous celebrations, with visions of snowflakes, crackling fires, and familial harmony floating before our eyes. Of course, a good portion of the country won’t have snow or temperatures cool enough to […] Continue reading →

How to Cope with the Stress and Final Struggle in Medical School – and to Enjoy the Excitement After it

How to Cope with the Stress and Final Struggle in Medical School – and to Enjoy the Excitement After it. By Dr. Yohannes Mengistu (internship) (Editor’s Note: Physician Family readers will recall our young Ethiopian friend Yohannes Mengistu from an article he wrote for the Spring 2016 issue of Physician Family: Challenges Facing a Foreign […] Continue reading →

Home For the Holidays?

Home For the Holidays? By Physician Family Readers (Editor’s Note: As we gear up for the holiday season, the physician family is often reminded that the doctor’s schedule doesn’t necessarily mean a holiday for all of us. In the first issue of Physician Family, we asked a question about medical families and holidays and here […] Continue reading →