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
*Original posted on Instagram on March 21, 2018.* Three days after my last post (where I shared that I was getting things in order to begin LSAT studying again) I found out that my family is growing, and that I’m due in October with baby no. 4. 😱❤️🎉 While I’m super excited for this new […]Read More How Old is Too Old to Go to Law School?
The LSAT and I have been in a relationship since 2010. That was the year I discovered my passion for the law and changed my undergraduate major from English to Criminal Justice. I wanted to become a voice for the voiceless, and quickly realized that I would need more than just a B.S. to get it.Read More Hello, and welcome!