I have officially registered for the April LSAT-Flex and it. feels. good.Read More Registered!
2020. What a whirlwind that year was. March seemed to last decades, but the rest flew by. Back in April, I decided to take the October LSAT. I was only 2 months postpartum with baby number 5, but the LSAT and law school have been the goal since 2010. I knew it was going to […]Read More Into the Unknown
(Please read the title in Ross Gellar’s voice. 🤪) 2020. What a whirlwind this year has been. March seemed to have lasted decades, and the rest has flown by. Back in April, I decided to take the October LSAT. I was only 2 months postpartum with baby number 5, but the LSAT and law school […]Read More Pivot!
It’s been seven months since my last post, and since then I’ve welcomed my fifth child and relocated twice for my husband’s job. We have adjusted to our new normal as a family of seven, and while this fifth baby may have been the surprise of my life, he is pure joy and I am […]Read More Here We Go Again
Ever feel like you’ve got things figured out perfectly, and then BAM! Life happens? Me too. Thomas Rhett sings a song called “Life Changes”, where he says: “You never know what’s gonna happen You make your plans and you hear God laughing Life changes, and I wouldn’t change it for the world, the world, oh […]Read More Life Update
The online community for mom’s in the LSAT/Application stage of the attorney journey is UP and RUNNING! Check out the link below to see the message boards. http://momlifetolawlife.boards.netRead More Join the Mom Life to Law Life Community!
I have been in an on again/off again relationship with the LSAT since 2010. Each time I begin studying, I wonder if this will be the time that I see my dreams come to fruition. I wonder if I’ll actually take the test, reach my goal score, and move on to applications. I often daydream […]Read More Motherhood to Lawyerhood
Everything was going well. I was on track with my study schedule and feeling confident. But as the weeks passed and I spent every free moment with my head down devouring LSAT prep, I became painfully aware that I was neglecting my children. As a stay at home, homeschooling mother that is currently pregnant with […]Read More Trust the Timing of Your Life
I have been in an on-again/off-again relationship with the LSAT since 2010. I start studying then quit, deciding it’s just to dang hard. I took it once 5 years ago and did poorly, have spent $1,000s of dollars on study courses, and have determined that I just can’t conquer this mountain. But here’s the thing, this […]Read More It’s Not You, It’s the LSAT