You do not owe anyone — this includes your clients and your job — the following: your health, your family, your sanity, your identity, or your integrity.
I’m creating a retreat that will provide the perfect gift of relaxation and rejuvenation with an intimate group of lawyers who wish to live a more balanced life.
One interesting observation I made during the month-long silent meditation retreat was how long it took before the phantom vibration went away. I’d constantly catch
It’s that time of year. The dreaded bar exam. The final threshold you must cross to transition from law student to lawyer. I took the bar
Last year, my co-author, Karen Gifford and I had an opportunity to partner with the National Association of Women Lawyers (NAWL) and Seyfarth Shaw LLP
Why is there a disconnect between knowing the things that are good for us and actually doing it? Why is it that I’m so often tempted by that glazed donut sitting in the cafeteria but overlook the apple?
Not checking my Inbox first thing in the morning allows me to set my priorities, rather than allowing others to set the agenda for the day.
Our most popular sessions revolved around the following themes: How do I find a way to create meaning and value in my work? How do I balance family and work in a way that’s sustainable? How do we effectuate change by being more inclusive? How do we get a seat at the table?
Chronic insomniacs will relate when I say that sleep is oh-so-very precious.
If you missed Part 1 of this series, you can read it here. 6. Practice, Practice, Practice Public speaking — the art of telling stories,