Sweat: creating my own workout playlists

Sweat: creating my own workout playlists

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I don’t have a Soul Cycle near where I go to school and it’s really hard to motivate myself to work out now because I just compare each work out to a Soul Cycle class. As I’ve discussed on here before, I did Soul Cycle regularly while I was in D.C. last summer, and I fell in love with the workout type. Continue reading “Sweat: creating my own workout playlists”

Read this when: you’re nervous about the future

Read this when: you’re nervous about the future

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I am in my last semester of law school, and even as I type that, I can’t really fathom how it happened. In many ways, it feels like I just started law school. The last three years have gone so so quickly. The last semester of law school feels very different than the last semester of undergrad. I remember being so excited to finish undergrad because I knew exactly what was coming after: I was moving to the east coast for law school. Now, standing in the last semester of law school, I can honestly say I have no idea what is coming next. Continue reading “Read this when: you’re nervous about the future”

TV Shows to Watch

TV Shows to Watch

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In college, I wasn’t really a big TV person. I pretty much watched Friday Night Lights and Gilmore Girls on rotation. I didn’t have cable or Netflix, so it was hard to watch new shows. In law school, however, I’ve fallen prey to the mindless TV watching before bed habit. It’s the easiest way to unwind after a full day. I wanted to share some shows I’m loving and that I highly recommend. Continue reading “TV Shows to Watch”

Marie Kondo

Marie Kondo

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Toward the end of fall semester, I started feeling like I had too much stuff. I think the feeling was exacerbated by also feeling like I didn’t have enough space to adequately store my stuff. Lack of closet space, lack of bins to put miscellaneous items, etc. all contributed to feeling really overwhelmed. Over the last few years, I’ve said I need to go through my closet but just haven’t made the time to do it. Continue reading “Marie Kondo”

Gifts For Men

Gifts For Men

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Today I wanted to share my top picks for gifts for men. Whether it’s a significant other, brother, brother-in-law, or father, I think all of my picks work. Somehow, most of my picks ended up with a travel theme, but alas, travel materials are something most of the men I know don’t buy for themselves, so would be great gifts, especially if you have travel planned in the new year! When I need gifts for men, I got to Mark and Graham or Kiel James Patrick, pretty much exclusively. Continue reading “Gifts For Men”

Gifts for the Home/Hostess

Gifts for the Home/Hostess

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Are you heading home for the holidays or attending a series of holiday parties? You’ll need the perfect gift for your hostess. Are you interested in giving someone a gift for their home? Then this is the gift guide for you! I love home decor and I think a simple home decor item can be the perfect gift for hostesses or a parent or sibling. Continue reading “Gifts for the Home/Hostess”

December Daily: Why I Participate

December Daily: Why I Participate

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With Thanksgiving this week, and the holiday season in full swing, I wanted to share why I participate in Ali Edward’s December Daily project as a 20-something, single, childless person. When I tell people I scrapbook my way through December, they usually look at me with a few expressions: (1) confusion, (2) “wow, you’re a grandma” or (3) support. People who know me know I love taking photos and I love the holiday season. Christmas music, holiday drinks, fuzzy sweaters, Hallmark movies, I’ll have it all. The holidays are a very happy time for my family. Continue reading “December Daily: Why I Participate”