What’s on my Radar

Midterms are finally over, and I am officially braindead. Here I am studying for finals anyway. That's the major difference between law school and undergrad - I started preparing for finals before midterms were halfway through. I've been watching a lot of Amanda Rach Lee's Youtube videos. I'm preparing for my 2020 bullet journal by … Continue reading What’s on my Radar

How I Studied for my Law School Midterms

I thought that, upon leaving undergrad, midterms would be a thing of the past. Little did I know, October is a hell month no mater what level of school you're in. I found that my usual way of studying no longer worked as well for the upcoming tests, so I decided to change it up … Continue reading How I Studied for my Law School Midterms

It’s Fall Y’all

The weather has finally decided to drop below 90 in Macon, Ga and I am already pulling out all the sweaters I own in preparation for some chilly fall days. It might not get below 60 for another month, but hey, I'll take what I can get! I have two more midterms before the barrage … Continue reading It’s Fall Y’all

Marina Concert, Midterms, and a Fall Playlist

If you follow me on Instagram you probably saw my post about going to the Marina concert last month in Atlanta. I hadn't listened to Marina (then Marina and the Diamonds) since high school. When my friend offered me a concert ticket to one of her shows I jumped at the chance. We made flower … Continue reading Marina Concert, Midterms, and a Fall Playlist

Sending Greetings Made Simple with Paperless Post

Some claim the art of letter writing has been lost, but I think it's merely changed forms. I love sending my friends letters, but because most of them are in college or recent graduates, their mailing addresses change frequently and it's hard to keep up with them. You know what doesn't often change? An email … Continue reading Sending Greetings Made Simple with Paperless Post

Facing Imposter Syndrome in Law School

Going into my first week of law school, a friend told me that I would feel like I didn’t belong for pretty much the entire first semester I was at Mercer Law. I brushed it off. I went from a small North Carolina high school to the University of Georgia knowing practically no one. I … Continue reading Facing Imposter Syndrome in Law School

What’s on My Radar

Law school work is quickly catching up on me. Here are a few things I found on the web this past week for some light reading: A question I ask myself often - what happens when I'm no longer impressive for my age? Article from Man Repeller A story about a ghostwriter and the truth … Continue reading What’s on My Radar