There were periods in my career as an attorney where I did not manage well the continuous stress that I experienced. Under these circumstances it can be challenging to get through your workday and you can lose sleep, experience anxiety, and your health can take a hit.
It is in these situations however that it becomes incredibly important to make your life, health, and wellness non-negotiable.
I had a powerful conversation with Sherry Thacker about this precise topic on the next episode of the Attorney Heart Podcast. Sherry is a Corporate Speaker, Author, Podcaster and Health Lifestyle Strategist.
Sherry has been working in the field of health and fitness for over 20 years, and for her, what began as a personal obsession to transform her own health, quickly became her passion. Sherry’s awesome energy speaks for itself and she provides a perspective that we definitely need to hear more often!
“Wait what is the Easter story for kids? Why do we hide the eggs? To lure the bunny? Does the bunny hide the eggs?” Teigen, who has two young children with her husband, singer John Legend, asked. “Do you put something else out to lure the bunny to hide the eggs? who do kids think hide them? I’m so confused please hurry.” Teigen’s questions didn’t end there. “If you’re supposed to put out food to lure the bunny to hide the eggs, how do we explain why we dyed them?” she continued. “We colored eggs for the bunny, then lured him with carrots, then he came back to grab the eggs we dyed to hide them? We’ve gotta simplify this it makes no sense.”
1 52 hours ago
Can you tell the difference between a strengthen question and a most strongly supported/soft must be true?
Do you know you only need to strengthen by a little but don’t need to prove the conclusion?
Do you know how to strengthen cause and effect? Analogies? Surveys and studies?
Do you know that the common incorrect answer choice is one that weakens the argument?
So nice to have my cousin chill with us for Easter. She even helped me edit the video I published today. Stay tuned this week for a reaction to my latest appearance on Jubilee's Middle Ground. As always, I'll have my most up to date video linked in the bio.
Very important information about the bar exam pass rates at law schools across the country.
The large, traditional bar course is NOT enough for many law school graduates across the country (especially at fourth-tier law schools). Make sure to use Zip Bar Review's MBE Cram Course.
✨Studying in pink✨
I am aware that my blog and posts are quite humanless so here is a pic of me with my study set up today!
I’m feeling super motivated because I finished my dissertation and am fully prepared for deadline day this Friday.
Now I just have to focus on my exams, which i am hoping an array of pink Elle Woods-esque outfits will help me with... also, if you weren’t sure what my fave colour is, I think you might all know now 😂🛍💓
The sweatshirt says it all! I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve accepted a scholarship to @pepperdinelaw for law school starting this fall! Swipe to the end to see me in my dad’s sweatshirt from when he was a law student at Pepperdine 30 years ago ❤️ if you know me, you know that Pepperdine has always been my dream and I’m so excited to finally achieve this milestone.
I’ve spent the last 7 years in Washington for school and have fallen in love with the PNW but it’s time for me to head home to sunny California for the next chapter of my life. I don’t know a soul in Malibu, but I’m excited and ready for this adventure!
36 2305 hours ago
*VITAMIN SEA 🌊🌞*
💛 I am feeling so very relaxed and refreshed after spending the bank holiday in the New Forest soaking up the sun! 💁♀️ I realise that my content over the past few days has focused more on the personal side of my life (less law/running) but I want to show you that it’s equally as important to get away and switch off from work/law school; and not to feel (too) guilty for enjoying yourself! ❗️My career and running journeys are by no means perfect either, and so I feel that without this personal insight you wouldn’t get a true reflection of the type of life I lead because, after all, lawyers are still human and I definitely really try to work to live and not live to work!
BUT...if my law firm could open an office here that would just be fab 🤪
👩⚖️I’ll be back lawyering/studying/running as normal this week with an exciting day on Wednesday with @u_law so stay tuned!!! 📸
0 715 hours ago
I'm watching it all unfold
2 135 hours ago
Trotz Urlaub muss auch ein bisschen was gelesen werden 😇
Ich habe Kommunalrecht bisher immer sehr vernachlässigt. Es kommt zwar nur selten dran, aber wenn möchte man ja gewappnet sein 😊
Bis Samstag möchte ich damit endgültig durch sein, damit ich dann endlich Baurecht machen kann, was ich in der Uni wirklich nie gehört habe 😨😣
Geht es euch in manchen Fächern ähnlich?
Many applicants feel that for whatever reason they did not do their best on test day and will wonder whether they should retake the LSAT? A retake is definitely a viable option for many. The natural concern is what a retake in your application file will look like to an admissions committee? The answer is if you do better, it will look better. Whether or not a lower score will hurt you depends on how the law school factors your LSAT score... For what it’s worth - I retook the LSAT.
To learn more including how exactly specific law schools factor multiple LSAT scores and whether or not you should retake, read chapter 3 of Get Into Law School: The Applicant’s Guide. You can grab your copy from the bio link!
True teachers use themselves as bridges over which they invite their students to cross; then, having facilitated their crossing, joyfully collapse, encouraging them to create bridges of their own.
My teacher #Bagisha Suman