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
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?
Last night, on my way home from dinner I heard an author on NPR say something really beautiful about grieving and losing someone. I wish I could remember his name, and I certainly can’t remember his words exactly, but I’ll do my best. He said that maybe we aren’t meant to heal when we lose […]Read More Healing
Photo Monday was an “a’ha” moment Monday. I had selected a quote to share on my instagram about control: The more you try to control something, the more it controls you. Free yourself, and let things take their own course. Later that night, I went to yoga taught by Mimi (a role model), […]Read More Let Go of Control
The power to walk away is an amazing tool. For many of us that work under deadlines, whether self created or not, feel the pressure to get things done. When I start a task, I want to get it DONE. It’s the mentality of the checklist: for some reason it feels so good to take […]Read More Walk Away
Stress. We have all had it one time or another; maybe for some it’s all the time. If you thought about it you could probably tell me what it looks like, feels like, smells like, sounds like, and so forth. That’s because we have stress “triggers”. Your trigger(s) could be a multitude of things. Hallie Love […]Read More The Primitive Brain and Stress Chain Reaction
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Well, the word “worry” in itself is enough to send me into a tizzy. As I sit here writing this blog, it seems difficult because I am worried, although I want something to do to keep my mind off being worried. I usually suffer “worry attacks” or come down with…