6 Self Care Resolutions From a Law Student
My 2022 New Year's Resolutions As a new law student, my world has changed substantially in the last few months. I'm in a new city and a new environment. I am away from my family for the first time. And my time free time is now at a premium. With all of these changes in my life, I have found self-care to be an essential key to success. Each year millions of people around the world reflect on their lives and as they turn a new leaf and begin the new year, they make resolutions. These New Year’s resolutions are intended to course correct and keep our lives on the track we want to be on. Because of the importance of incorporating self-care into my life at this stage, my New Year’s resolutions are primarily focused on self-care. I share them with you today in the hopes that they may inspire, or at the very least, hold me accountable to them. Without further ado, here are my six New Year’s resolutions for 2022.
The Year That Christmas Was Cancelled
Twas the night before Christmas but throughout Santa’s house no one was working, not a single Elf. It is the year 2025, the year that Christmas was canceled. In order to understand why this happened, you must first understand the truth behind how Santa delivers all those toys each year. We all know the story: each year Santa makes a list of all the good boys and girls and he in one night he flies around the world in his sleigh delivering presents to all the kids on the nice list. These toys are made by elves in his workshop. But no one stops the question how this is possible. “Magic” parents will tell her children. But the truth is there is a massive, complex bureaucratic structure working 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year to make this “magic” happen.
Stepping into the Light
In the shadows, Hidden from the world I am not Free to be myself I am finally Recognizing reality The hateful voices of society