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
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
I set up my very first bullet journal in December of 2015, over two years ago, and I haven't used a store bought agenda since. Bullet journals are fully customizable agendas. They can have monthly calendars, daily and weekly spreads, habit trackers, lists, and more. It seems really daunting at first, but once you … Continue reading Your Best Bullet Journal
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I'm driving myself crazy taking on SIXTEEN hours of college courses this semester!!! But there are definitely things that make my days brighter and sometimes even (somewhat) stress-free! 1. Sarah Palin Endorsing Donald Trump You wouldn't think he'd really need anyone endorsing him after his father gave him that small loan of a million dollars … Continue reading What’s on my Radar