Daily Dose, Law School

You Don’t Know Everything. Adaptibar Can Help.

This is some bullshit. But it’s a mess of my own making and I am big enough to admit that. I’ve put off intensely studying for Day 2 of the Bar exam because, well…obviously “it’s not that hard.” Welp, I…

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Advice, Daily Dose

Stress & Bar Prep

We’re about four weeks into BarPrep. Are you kinda-sorta-totally losing your mind already? You’re not the only one. Honestly, I’d be more concerned for you if you lacked panic and fatigue in your daily routine. Studying for as long and…

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Advice, Daily Dose

Mentorship in Law

Business is cruel and navigating the professional workforce is difficult. My experience in the legal sphere is drastically different than in the corporate business sector. One of my former bosses is a woman; the only one woman I ever worked…

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Daily Dose, Law School

Thank You.

The funny thing about time is that it never seems to move fast enough when we want it to and yet, somehow, everything whizzes past in an instant. Three years of late nights, procrastinated motions, freaking out about sleeping through…

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Advice, Law School

Vlog Post #1

So I’m entirely new to the streaming/video outlet. I thought it might be a good idea to share my own Bar Exam prep experience, where I share tips and tricks along the way to learn the [insane amount of] content…

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Advice, Law School

Where You Study Matters.

Week One of Bar exam prep is in the books. I’m proud to report that [thanks in LARGE part to a certain red-headed friend of mine], I finished the week ahead of the curve. I also managed to spend a…

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Daily Dose, Reviews

Biscuit Bar

The original location Biscuit Bar is in Plano, but the new SMU location is super close to our home and I couldn’t wait to try it. They officially opened on the 24th and I knew this HAD to be our…

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Reviews

Lunch @ Sushi de Handroll

The hand rolls I previously experienced were conical in shape. I did a bit of research and found that seems to be the case worldwide. Unlike traditional sushi rolls, which are stuffed and then rolled into cylindrical shapes before cutting…

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