Starry eyed dreamers continue to consider law school. One of my sorors posted this on Facebook: "...... thinking about law school. I see law everywhere I am. All the products I use (copyrights, trademarks, consumer safety) to driving down the street (city, county laws) to even being on social media (privacy and communication laws). I'm … Continue reading Don’t go to law school unless you’re one of these five people
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=va47vNPm6YA "All this good, I don't feel bad for it. When you see me smile, you can't be mad it." #Mood 2017 has been a hell of a year. Our government may be in shambles but God is faithful, and in the midst of the chaos He brought me safely through a natural disaster and … Continue reading Shine Time
Time to go solo?
I was inspired recently by this post on "Grace vs. Grind". Being temporarily underemployed (by my own doing, no less!) has given me a lot of time to think about what it is that I want to do. What am I passionate about? What do I enjoy doing for people? What problems do I want … Continue reading Time to go solo?
America, the cheapskate. With this new administration, there's a lot of talk about balancing the budget, reducing taxes, and that old chestnut--"job creation". Part of the problem is that we don't have people developing skills that are more relevant to the economy than coal mining, but that's another post for another day. But conservatives love … Continue reading Common Cents
Work | Life
So I had an interview at a law firm today. It went well, in that I got there early, came prepared, and delivered my answers without sounding rehearsed (and with a minimum of filler words). Go me! However...I could tell it wasn't going to be the right fit. The first indication was that the job was … Continue reading Work | Life
A Lawyer’s Lament
My graduate certificate program will be finished in 3 months so at the top of the year I started job hunting full time. I forgot how demoralizing it is. No interviews yet, although I've applied for dozens of jobs, and I'm qualified for most of them. There have been a few stretches of course, but … Continue reading A Lawyer’s Lament