How do you make time for hobbies in a busy clinical career? With Natalie Lee. Episode 53
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Doctors at Work
How do you make time for hobbies in a busy clinical career? With Natalie Lee. Episode 53
Jan 03, 2024

Our careers are always busy, and finding time to do anything other than clinical practice can be tricky. But Natalie tells me that far from hobbies being something that takes time away from clinical work, hobbies actually give us energy that supports us in the clinical practice. There will never be enough time, so we need to make time. It doesn't have to be many hours for a major new achievement, just doing something small is a start.

Natalie Lee is a junior doctor working in Sydney, Australia. She graduated from the University of New South Wales, where her passion for creativity in medicine was born. Natalie was classically trained in violin and piano, and is also a singer-songwriter, with her music available on numerous platforms including Spotify, Apple Music and YouTube. She loves bringing music and medicine together for de-stressing, teaching and having fun. Her original song “Short Sighted” won the International Sounds of Physiology Competition in 2021. As a doctor, she continues to produce music and perform, and aims to inspire others to pursue their creative goals despite the constant rush of work and life.

You can find her on youtube, spotify, or instagram.

You can also watch our conversation on youtube.