Although I’ve had this blog for a year now, I haven’t really started taking it seriously until August. There’s been ups and downs with my postings, but I’ve resolved to stick to a commitment on posting, something that’s already started. In case you haven’t noticed, I seem to have a lot of posts on Monday, at 9am. Well, the general idea is I’ve finally shown enough discipline to get something written and schedule it for a post by Monday, at 9am. That time slot is my New Year’s Resolution. Something I plan on sticking to, as it’s worked quite well thus far. If I slip up, yell at me.
I’ve also decided to try and include at least one other post throughout the week now. I can’t promise when it’ll be, but I’m really shooting for two a week as we approach the 8 months until law school stage. So, with my New Year’s Resolutions in place. I hope all of you have some! Now for some actual law school/legally minded content!
I’ve begun 1L of a Ride, after being a complete dork and asking for it for Christmas. So far I’ve enjoyed it, I hit one phrase though, and it seems to sum up my LSAT and law school mentality. Those who worry, do best. Now, don’t take this to mean if you have a crippling fear that you’re going to be the top of your class. Rather, by worry, the book means those who appreciate the gravity of law school and respect the course-load they’re about to endure. You simply can’t go in with the mindset that you’re going to ace it all like in undergrad. If that were the case I’d be in real trouble, because I did next to nothing for undergrad (with a few exceptions). No, I’ve resolved to treat law school differently, and sure, talk is cheap. However, if my LSAT prepping (all 6 months of it), is any indication, then I think I am indeed on the right track to tackling law school.
Now go work on YOUR New Year’s Resolution, I suggest something law school related. Oh, and my additional resolution is to start using twitter more, both for this blog’s purposes and my own. Feel free to follow me. #ILoveHashTags