One Month In: Life Lessons From A Future Attorney

I’ve been a law student for a month now. Yes, folks!!! Four weeks! 30 days! Late nights! Early mornings! That is an entire month of study sessions, introductions, office hours, Zoom classes, and power naps. All the things! And guess what? I haven’t even cried once! Now that I am essentially a practicing attorney (100% … More One Month In: Life Lessons From A Future Attorney

A Thankful & Delighted Heart: On Non-Plans & Law School

I’m going to law school. Let me say it again and say it louder: I AM GOING TO LAW SCHOOL!!!! Four years ago in Nashville, I decided I wanted to pursue a law degree. For the past three years, I battled debilitating depression and discouraging anxiety. I had mood swings and low dips and dark, … More A Thankful & Delighted Heart: On Non-Plans & Law School

Hand It Over: On Giving Daily Anxiety To Jesus

We have a lot to be anxious about these days. The coronavirus pandemic has affected each individual in different ways: people are losing their jobs, losing their health, losing their feeling of security. People are worried and they have good reason, because this is a very serious situation that has taken over our world and … More Hand It Over: On Giving Daily Anxiety To Jesus

The Mental Illness Discussion: Words That Hurt & Words That Help

Discussing mental health can be a touchy subject. But it doesn’t have to be. I believe the more open we are with mental health and mental health struggles, the better we can understand and serve one another as we all seek wellness. In my experience with bipolar depression and anxiety, there are some buzz words … More The Mental Illness Discussion: Words That Hurt & Words That Help