It’s been a weird summer, and an even weirder week. Most of you know that I started a job rotation in late April, and that my husband moved away for the summer to take a fantastic yet far away internship.
I’ve been thinking a lot about what it means to be a lawyer the last few days. I think I’ve had an unreasonably lofty assumption about the label — that when you are tasked with providing counsel and advice to
Sorry team, still haven’t uploaded my photos (or found my camera cord…) so no glamorous vacay recaps for you yet. Just a list: 1. I haven’t really felt like blogging in a while. 2. I’m sick of my consulting job
This blog, like several other pieces of my life, has been on hold the last week or so while I adjust to a new job, a new schedule, and new limits on my freedom of speech. 🙂 Just kidding about
I’ve been thinking a lot about student loan repayment since I started my research about how it works, and while I don’ t have another “gripping” (ha!) installment of SLR information for you today, I wanted to share what’s been
Okay, we’re back to the surprisingly serious blog series I accidentally started this week. This is Part 3, so be sure to check out Part 1 and Part 2 so you are up to speed. One of the most important
So, here’s the thing. I hate my loans, I hate being tied down by law school debt, and I heard about a plan for making that better by reducing the monthly payments for income-based plans from 20% to 10%. I
Today I was informed by one of my loyal readers that the entire world was waiting with baited breath and immeasurable anticipation for my next blog update. So here it is, ya’ll, an update from my boring awesome life: 1.
1. I PASSED THE BAR! I mean, in case you were wondering, after all that stressing out and second guessing and worrying, I’m a little happy. And by a little happy, I mean INCREDIBLY RELIEVED. Because let’s be honest, if
I’m working on my eighth week at my agency, and learning a lot about how the government really works, but also a lot about myself. Over the last year I’ve been consistently challenging my own ideas about myself. When I