My 29th birthday was last Sunday so I’m a little late here but here we are…a birthday post! 29 isn’t a “big” birthday like 21 or 30 but it does signify the last year of my twenties, which is exciting and scary all at the same time. It’s also a weird feeling. Either way I … More Bye 28, Hello 29!
If there was a theme for the month of March, it would be “new beginnings.” The whole month of March has been about me trying new things – from a climbing competition to physical therapy to getting glasses to making my first court appearance as a lawyer. If you know me, you know I feel … More Virtual Coffee Date: March 2018
Oh February! Such a short month but it was a such a great and super busy month with work, friends and climbing. If we were having coffee today.…I knocked out 1/4 of my New Year’s Resolutions. I got admitted last month and now I just started a new job, both of which were at the top … More Virtual Coffee Date: February 2018
If you follow me on Instagram, you’ve probably realized that I’ve gotten into climbing recently. I discovered climbing in law school. The first time I stepped into Brooklyn Boulders was the summer after 1L year and right after the NYC Triathlon. About a year ago, I took a Learn the Ropes class at BKB (& wrote about … More Don’t fall off walls [a recovery update]
It seems that the general consensus, especially those of us in the Northeast and other wintery climates is that February is the freaking worst. (Exhibit A – Hey…Can You Not Invite February? No Offense., Exhibit B – 8 Reasons Why February Is Literally The Worst Month Ever). It’s cold outside. It’s no longer the holidays. The … More Surviving the February Freakout
I was expecting January to be a quiet month now that I’m not in school. However, it’s been pretty crazy and busy. Here’s a recap: If we were having coffee today…I’m officially a lawyer! The first week of January I was scheduled for my character and fitness interview, then at the interview, they gave me my … More Virtual Coffee Date: January 2018
Hate committing monthly memberships to gyms or fitness apps? Hate working out at home? Have a crazy work or school schedule that doesn’t work with typical boutique fitness class schedules? POPin is your solution! If you followed this blog for the past few years through law school and the rest of it, you know my … More POPin Review
Since my office was closed for nearly a week and half for the holidays, I decided to visit one of my best friends in Boston for a few days. I lived in Boston for a year and half for graduate school and AmeriCorps. I left Boston almost 7 years ago and haven’t been back since … More Sweating & Eating in Boston
Oh New Years! In with the new, out with the old! I do love reflecting on the past year and I love reading my old New Years posts: last year (2016), 2015, 2014/2013. As far as 2017 goes, it’s the only year I knocked out all of my New Year’s Resolutions. A condensed version of … More BYE 2017, Hello 2018!