It has been a year and a half since I graduated law school, and a year since I started my first full-time legal job. Prior to May 2018, I was in school for most of my life. I went to college months after high school graduation, and to law school months after my college graduation. Being a student, is all I have known. So last year, was a huge transition for me.Continue reading “I’m done with school . . . now what?”
Month: September 2019
Bar trip to Hawaii!
After sitting for the bar, law school grads typically go on a “bar trip” to celebrate completing three years of law school and surviving the bar. My Fiancé (then boyfriend) and I initially planned a two week vacation to Europe, but with the start of my new job (which included a move to Philadelphia), we had to rework our plans.
My Fiancé travels for work, so we were able to book our tickets to Europe with points. Thankfully, he was able to cancel the flights and re-book for earlier dates to Hawaii! After researching the “calmest Hawaiian island,” we decided to travel to Maui. Maui is described as the place you to go relax; thats exactly what we needed for two reasons. First, we flew out the day after I took the bar. Second, after the trip, we had about two days to pack up the apartment and move to Philly.Continue reading “Bar trip to Hawaii!”
Proposal in Venice, Italy
I’m a pretty private person, so I debated on what I’d include in this post. I decided to keep it simple, and include a brief story and my favorite pictures from our proposal.
My Fiancé Sam and I decided to go to Italy for our annual spring trip. We spent five days traveling between Rome, Florence and Venice. Five days was not enough time, so we definitely plan to go back.
Everyone swore up and down that Sam would propose in Italy. I was convinced he would after we got back to Philly. I was wrong!Continue reading “Proposal in Venice, Italy”
Our trip to Barbados in 2016
Its safe to say that millenials love to travel. I can’t scroll through any social media sites without seeing my peers in Europe, the Caribbean, Iceland (yes Iceland), or places around the US. I’m one of those millenials!
In 2017, my Fiancé and I traveled to Barbados—our first international trip—and it honestly felt like we were going home because we’re both Caribbean. We spent five days exploring the island and seeing what Barbados has to offer.Continue reading “Our trip to Barbados in 2016”