12 p.m.: Anyone who follows me on social media knows that I have two cats, Taquito and Dim Sum. Sometimes I go home during my lunch break to rest for a few minutes and play with them, and that's what I did today. Taquito (shown here) is hilarious and will literally play fetch with his toys. Dim Sum is a beautiful white Persian who is 18 years old and gives me these looks of scorn all the time. I love them though — they actually relieve stress from my busy day at lunchtime.
1:30 p.m.: My afternoon is filled with appointments doing skin cancer body exams, Botox, and filler. I'm on my feet all afternoon running from patient room to room, making sure I keep on schedule.
5:30 p.m.: I'm heading home after going to the gym for an hour. Sadly, I have to have a trainer because otherwise I wouldn't go. Also, I've been working out with my bestie Raquel, so often I drag my feet to get there but I feel so much better afterward.
6:45 p.m.: How do I get dinner ready for the family? Well, I'm lucky that my parents live five minutes away from me. I'm not embarrassed to say we go to my parents house for dinner three times a week!
9 p.m.: Once everyone winds down, I am usually able to spend some time on social media, posting and responding to fans. I do try my best to go through emails, comments, and messages and respond to as many as I possibly can. This is also the time that I am able to work on my other responsibilities besides being a doctor — if you ask anyone on my team, they will probably say they are used to getting emails and texts from me late at night. I don't expect them to respond right away, but this is often the best time for me.