The 5 Stages of Leaving

He had a near full-ride scholarship to law school. I had to say goodbye. On my walk home from having drinks with my mentor, I felt weightless – almost giddy. I had spent months in therapy preparing for this day. The day that I could confidently commit to moving to a new city and startingContinue reading “The 5 Stages of Leaving”

Quantitative and Qualitative

Here are some things people generally don’t like talking about: Money. Income, expenses, budget, dollars, cents, loans, debt, finances, investments. Maybe you do like talking about those things. I don’t. I don’t really even like to think about them. But, when making big life decisions, one thing that usually comes up is money. [REDACTED] wasContinue reading “Quantitative and Qualitative”

Beginnings are hard

Beginnings are hard. When [REDACTED] told me that he wanted to go to law school, I didn’t think much about it. I was in a job that left me feeling empty at the end of each day, and I figured some change would be good. He started studying for the LSAT and I started aContinue reading “Beginnings are hard”