Hey there! Does anyone else out there feel guilty about not studying or actively engaging their intellect during the long summer break between graduating and MS I? Part of me wants to really enjoy the time hanging out with family, friends (most notably my girlfriend), and just enjoying life because Lord knows that my free time diminishes drastically once medical school starts on the 14th. On the other hand, the other part of me thinks that medical school is so difficult and voluminous that it may be beneficial to learn SOMETHING over the summer so that my coursework will be that much easier during the year. I am torn and have this feeling that because someday I will be entrusted with somebody's life (and at the least well-being), I should always be studying, or learning something that may help me to better serve my patients. Please help!