Today is the first day of my second semester at Mercer Law! While I'm not necessarily looking forward to being back in the classroom after such a nice break, I am ready to take whatever challenges come my way. Here's to struggling my way through semester number two!
2019 was a wild year for me. I applied to law schools, accepted a full scholarship to Mercer, graduated from the University of Georgia, had an internship with the UGA Performing Arts Center, mentored a group of freshmen, gave tours of my favorite school, traveled out of the country, moved to Macon, and started my … Continue reading Hello 2020!
If you've been following the blog since the beginning, you've probably noticed that I used to be all about studying tips and school. I've since expanded into more of a lifestyle blog, but I love to drop a quick post about productivity here and there. I've been using some of the same apps off and … Continue reading Productivity Apps to Help You Ace Your Finals
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
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
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
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