I’m in my third semester as an adjunct professor at the Charleston School of Law where I teach “Professional Responsibility” which is essentially legal ethics. My main purpose is to prepare students to take the Model Rules of Professional Responsibility Examination (MPRE) and teach them the professional rules of conduct governing attorneys. However, I see […]Read More Finding Mindfullness in Your Everyday Life
Photo Credit: https://pixabay.com/en/washington-dc-holocaust-museum-2090543/ It’s been 152 years since the 13th Amendment to the Constitution was ratified ending slavery, approximately 50 years since the end of the civil rights movement, and 73 years since D-Day and the defeat of Hitler. We all hope that time heals wounds, and that we learn from our mistakes and to […]Read More This Isn’t Politics
Have you ever found yourself holding back? Waiting for that perfect time? Perfect person? Perfect place? Of course you have, who are you kidding. You’re human. I don’t think this is limited to big feats or adventures (i.e. go on the trip, what you are waiting for!) Honestly, I will buy a cute new article […]Read More What are you waiting for?
Seeing as it’s the most time and effort I’ve ever dedicated to one event, and the biggest thing I’ve ever done, I figured I’d write about my favorite day – the day I married my best friend! The date: May 6, 2017. The engagement: August 31, 2016. If you’ve already done the math that means […]Read More Dingledidgood
**This is the story I wrote for our wedding website after our engagement. I wanted to preserve it here, on the blog ** Our lives are our own personal novels that we write every day: each year is a new chapter and each sunrise brings a new page. Tommy and I met in approximately our […]Read More Our Story
Hey yogis and friends: So, I’ve been totally MIA for a while: life gets busy, ya know? Well me, I got engaged and then married May 6, and then went on the TRIP OF A LIFETIME with the new hubs to Ireland for two whole glorious weeks. I did a lot of research and reading […]Read More Ireland Review
1. Breath: Your breath is one of your most powerful tools, and has the ability to increase and decrease your heart rate. You can calm yourself down just using breath. Try taking deep inhales; holding at the top, and slow exhales holding at the bottom and repeating. You can increase the amount of time you […]Read More Tips to De-stress Using Yoga and Meditation