I've written about my bullet journal several times on the blog. I use it to keep track of my busy schedule, write down all the things on my never ending to-do lists, and keep up with my school work. Bullet journals aren't just for school, but as a student that's what I utilize mine for … Continue reading Using a Bullet Journal to Hold Yourself Accountable
November was an absolute whirlwind of a month. I missed posting to the blog every week, which sucks because I had made a resolution to be better about posting four times a month. Oh well! Life happens. Here are a few of my favorite things from the month of November: Food - Will made his … Continue reading Happy December!
I try my best to journal at least once a week. This November, I decided to change gears a little bit and try to write down one good thing from each day. I tend to be a little negative at the end of the day. I'm tired and hungry, definitely overwhelmed by everything on my … Continue reading Gratitude Journaling This November
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
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
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
Macon doesn't have many good coffee spots. I like Starbucks as much as the next person, but there's something about a shop with personality that makes me feel more at home. Photo from: Style Blueprint My favorite coffee shop in Athens closed down right after I began my junior year. It was called Two Story, … Continue reading Two Story Coffee House