Category: Social Life/Boston

Glimpses of Spring

You can never know what to expect from a Boston winter. The Farmer’s Almanac said this past season was going to be a wet one, and we had our share of winter storms. Mercifully, the feet of snow that have dropped over the last few months have quickly been washed away by warm temperatures and […]

Stress

Stress and anxiety are real. So let’s talk about it. One of the best pieces of advice I received my 1L year was to have a go-to de-stresser. Dealing with stress is hard, and it takes work, but I found this advice very helpful. Developing a habit of turning to something healthy and de-stressing in […]

From the Taipei Airport…

Hello from Taipei! I am sitting in the Taiwan Taoyuan airport, sipping on Boba Milk Tea. I can hear a variety of languages around me, including Mandarin, Taiwanese, and English. I arrived here only a few days ago, after 24 hours of travel. In another hour, I’ll hop back on a plane for another long […]

Favorite Places in Back Bay

A lot of my recent blog posts have been about reflections on 2L thus far, so I thought I would add a little variation to the mix and talk about some of my favorite restaurants and places to explore in my neighborhood: the Back Bay. Copley Square Farmer’s Market: Unfortunately, this farmer’s market only operates […]

Nutcracker Boston-Style

What began as family holiday tradition has morphed into a personal pilgrimage. From the ages of 5 through 17, I attended the same Nutcracker production in San Diego with my family. On my own in college, I began to branch out: San Jose. San Francisco. Graduate school in Budapest brought two spectacular performances at the Hungarian […]