Tuesday, February 23, 2016

A Day in the Life of a Law Student

         There’s not a day that goes by where I don’t feel extremely busy. Typically, I am up no later than eight o’clock every morning (except for weekends in which I sleep in until noon). My classes end at about five o’clock in the afternoon. After class I may grab a bite to eat, but not too long after I will typically head to the library to study until about ten o’clock (depending on how much work I have to get done). After this, I will head home, eat dinner, shower, and usually squeeze in about one more hour worth of work before bed. Besides my usual routine of exercising at least a couple times per week, I am not able to keep up with many hobbies during school. Although, I don’t consider working out a “hobby.” To me, it’s more of a necessity, so I absolutely have to fit that in my weekly schedule. While in law school, I balance my life by creating healthy habits and routines. The gym is one of the few things that I refuse to give up for law school. Also, I make an extra effort and time to cook healthy meals, clean up, and stay organized because these things help me to keep a clear head. Making an effort to do these small things helps me to stay “balanced.”

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