• Law School,  Work Life Balance

    Grateful for the Struggle

    buy celebrex celecoxib 200 mg Around this time, I think it’s important to recognize the struggle one has overcome in order to to be where they are in their life. I know you’re thinking, “bih that’s all you do!” and you’re right lol. I do talk about our struggle a lot. A lot. And I do it because it’s easy to think this career trajectory is easy. It’s not. It’s hard becoming an attorney. For women of color, it’s even more difficult. It shouldn’t be this hard and I don’t condone that the system is this way– like I’m encouraging some weird hazing ritual. It shouldn’t be this way, especially when the reason why it’s…

  • Legal Practice,  Work Life Balance

    Gift Guide: Attorneys

    how to purchase isotretinoin It’s the holiday season! First, has anyone watched the HBO documentary on Latino music? I watched it a few weeks ago and have such a deep and new appreciation for Jose Feliciano’s Feliz Navidad. Totally didn’t know his journey and the racism he faced, so Feliz Navidad to those that celebrate! Anyway, even if you don’t, it’s always exciting to give and receive gifts. Here are some ideas to get for the attorney in your life (or if you were just recently sworn in: treat yo self!):   Stylish office supplies. I say no to overly feminine office material, but sleek pieces do exist. It may not seem useful but…

  • Work Life Balance

    Happy New Year’s Eve!

    Happy New Year’s Eve! So excited for the short week and eager to bring in the New Year with some good drinks, great music, and delicious Mexican food! For those going to parties and in need of a last-minute dish to bring–here are three options for ridiculously easy and tasty dishes you can share as you celebrate New Year’s with your family and friends! One.  Grapes.  I know what you’re thinking: what!?  It may seem silly, but grapes are a staple Mexican New Year’s tradition.  Eating grapes at the stroke of midnight is supposed to help your New Year’s wishes come true.  So pass the grapes and share this bit…