My Night Time Routine For US Law School/University

My Night Time Routine For US Law School/University

One of the most asked questions I have received is about my daily routine when it comes to being a fulltime law student and online entrepreneur. I can totally understand why - it's interesting to see how other people live their day to day lives. Being rather the organized person, I love having a daily schedule or routine myself. In today's blogpost, I am going to share some of my most essential steps when it comes to my after law school/university night time routine. I hope you will enjoy!

My After School Night Time Routine video

I am so excited to have created another updated night time routine video for you guys. I know routine videos are one of your favorite kinds of videos to watch, so I definitely recommend taking some time out of your day to watch this vid in order to give yourself some motivation and inspiration to create an effective and productive night time routine as well. Down below, I will discuss the key elements in any successful after school routine!

My Night Time Routine For US Law School/University

My Night Time Routine For US Law School/University


1. Keep it clean & organized

A hack I have learned from my grandma a long time ago is to make sure you always clean up immediately. When you come home from a long day of studying or working, it's tempting to just kick of your shoes, drop your book bag at the door, and call it a day. However, if you will do this everytime that you come home, your apartment or room will be a mess in no time. That is why the first thing I do when I come home always involves around putting away my used itmes and cleaning up after myself. It will take you only around 5-15 minutes everyday you come home, but it will save you loads of time when you decide to clean your room or apartment.

2. Start studying immediately

Although a long day of law school can feel extremely tiring, I highly recommend to not let yourself take a break right after you come home. Why? For me personally, it can be quite dangerous to take a break, due to the fact I always like to take a powernap or watch series after I come home. Although there is nothing wrong with giving yourself some me-time, you do have to deserve it. Surviving a long day at law school seems already like a pretty good reason for that, but I promise you - a mindset like that will not make you productive in any way. So grab a glass of water and your favorite healthy snack, and start studying right when you get home!

3. Give yourself Me-time

Even though I don't recommend taking a break right after you come home from classes, I do think it's very important to give yourself a nice break filled with me-time later on during the day. I always like to watch an episode or two of my favorite series, make myself some healthy delicious dinner, or spend some time on my rooftop enjoying the sunset. It's the little me-time moments that will feel so rewarding after a long study session. So don't feel bad whenever you're taking a break, and just enjoy life for a moment!

4.  Be productive

It's better to study smart than to study hard. One of the ways to study more efficiently is by knowing what time during the day you are the most productive. I am definitely a night owl, but I know that I retain information the best whenever I study in the morning or in the afternoon. That is why I always like to spend time in the morning or afternoon revising or outlining my study materials, rather than just reading new material for the next lecture.

I often find revising requires more concentration, while reading is a little bit more "chill", and is perfect to do during the evening or before going to bed. Know when you a personally most productive and plan the hardest study tasks during that time.

5. Practice

Creating a routine is not easy. In order for you to really stick to your daily plans, you need to effectively have repeated your habits over and over again. And that will take a lot of effort and time. It's okay to net get it right the first time too, so don't be too hard on yourself. It took me months, maybe even years before I really got the hang of it. Even though it will take you a lot of time to perfect your routine, it will all be worth it in the end!

My Night Time Routine For US Law School/University

I hope these tips were helpful for you and I gave you some motivation to start creating an after school night time routine that makes you feel productive as well. Let me know in the comments down below if you already follow any of these steps or if you have a completely different routine yourself. Love you guys!


My Night Time Routine For US Law School/University


xo Lilia

P.S. Love routines? Check out my Study Routine for US Law School/University Exams as wel!



  1. Asawholebeing
    June 11, 2018 / 09:14

    This is soooop helpful, thanks for sharing.
    I’m definetly one of those who get tired after law school lectures
    I just want to sleep right away…but I’m trying to improve on that after I watched your YouTube video on this. I just rather stay back in school after every lecture than go back home,to avoid being tempted by my bed . Lol

    • Lilia
      June 23, 2018 / 02:43

      Glad to help <3

  2. Kathryn
    June 11, 2018 / 18:28

    I’ve always struggled with making a routine for myself. I feel like it’s the only stable thing in my life ( having a routine, I mean). I currently dont have a routine But Thanks for the tips! I totally relate to you on studying at night and revising in the morning!

    • Lilia
      June 23, 2018 / 02:44

      I wish you all the best! xo

  3. June 25, 2018 / 05:05

    I love how organized you are with your stuff and your schedule. How I wish I have the same organization skills as your are! Love the jacket by the way :)

  4. June 30, 2018 / 03:12

    Just found your blog and I adore you and your content! Congrats on graduating! :)

  5. Magda
    January 15, 2019 / 18:05

    Where did you get your white office chair from? :)) x

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