When I started the video per day experiment, I was worried about being able to talk for a minute. Turns out that has not been a problem. What is a problem is thinking that I can tackle a topic in one minute. So, today, I am starting a law school life series that will continue

In one of the earlier videos, I mentioned that I had already scheduled a bead class for this semester. Well, yesterday was the day and video 8 for the video per day experiment is below:

The bead class was fun and frustrating and fun. Fun because I love melting glass and seeing what happens,

Since it is the weekend, I thought discussing one of the things I do to relax would be appropriate. I love crafting and chain maille is just one of the crafts that I love to do. Modern chain maille takes the ancient weaves and uses them for new things such as jewelry. In the video,

When people hear about the opportunities that I have had in my life, they sometimes say that I have been “so lucky.” There may be some truth in that, but I believe there is more to the story. They say that opportunity knocks–I don’t disagree with that statement, but I do believe that opportunity doesn’t

How do you pick a law school? Silly me, thinking that my one minute video below would be enough to dig into this topic. Watch the video and then read on for a bit more information below.

As I mentioned, LSAT scores are huge in the law school admissions world. (Don’t take the exam

So often we build road blocks that we hide behind and keep us from moving forward. We look at the accomplishments of others and forget that they had to work to get there.  Trying new things gives us a chance to see if we want to learn more. Sometimes it is ok to jump in

Today, is the third day of my video per day experiment and I talk about what to do if you are considering a career change. I was probably exaggerating a bit at the end, but by how much? Only the loan holders can tell:

See more on the Video Per Day Experiment in my

As I mentioned yesterday, I am participating in the Video Per Day Experiment and today is day one for me. Well, actually it will be day two since I am posting the videos here the day after they go on Twitter but on the blog it is still day one. (If you can’t stand

The Video Per Day Experiment was started by Twyla Verhelst. A friend on Twitter posted her first video and I was intrigued. A successful attorney was opening up, being vulnerable, and admitting to imperfection. And imperfection is something that I can relate to!

I will let Twyla explain the concept through this video: