Tagged: stress

Unconventional Finals Prep: Procrasti-cleaning

You’d think that I’d be used to law school finals considering this is my 4th time (and, since I came right through from undergrad, I’ve been having final exams and papers every winter and every spring for the past 6 years of my life). Spoiler alert: I’m not used to them, at all, and I […]

Nightly Routine to Destress

As a self-professed self-care queen, I wanted to do a post about a few tips that I have for managing stress at this point in the semester. It’s hard to believe that this is my fourth semester of law school, and although I was honestly in a state of non-stop stress during 1L, regardless differences […]

Finding New Hobbies When You Don’t Have Time

One of the things I struggled with most in law school was feeling like I didn’t have any time for my hobbies. Before law school, I was a college rower, an avid reader, and an active musical theater performer and choral singer. When I moved to Boston for law school, as you’ll understand if you […]

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 […]

Pumpkin, cinnamon, and Justice Ginsburg

Extra pumpkin; extra cinnamon. That’s the simple secret to my favorite pumpkin bread recipe. Last night I took a study break to heat up my kitchen with this festive recipe. I grew up baking with my dad, and it has always been a way for me to de-stress (which has been very helpful in law school!)  […]