The most difficult, challenging, but also rewarding thing I have ever achieved is graduating from American Law School. I have never been more proud of myself, then the moment the Dean of Students called out my name on stage in front of hundreds of people, while giving me my diploma. It’s been exactly a year since I graduated, so in this blogpost, I want to finally share more about my experience going to law school for 5 years both in the Netherlands and in the US.
In the days of social media, filled with images that create an unhealthy and unrealistic expectation of people’s bodies, abilities, and lives, focusing on your own self-worth can be quite challenging. As a law of philosophy graduate and philosophy student, I especially find it interesting to talk about this topic using philosophical theories. That is why in this third episode of Phililyphy (Philosophy with Lily), I am sharing what self-worth means to me, my process of learning and understanding what my self-worth is, and my tips and tricks to start living a life that values me as a person and how I stopped surrounding myself with toxic friends and relationships.
Now that back to school season is in full effect, one of the most important (and probably also the most fun) things on your to do list should be shopping for your school supplies essentials. Over the past years I’ve been studying, I definitely discovered things that did and did not work for me. The items that I am going to show you today as my student school supplies essentials are truly tried and tested. If you’re curious in my musthaves for any student going to law school or university in general, keep reading!
Starting law school can be a scary thing. As scary as thinking it is a good idea to watch that horror movie late at night when you are home alone, or finding a big spider above the ceiling of your bedroom (okay I have to admit, that one is possibly scarier than attending law school). Now that I have graduated, I can look back at my experience studying law and reflect on my personal journey. Even though I succeeded in getting that coveted law degree, I still wish I had done or knew particular things about studying at uni that I know now, before I actually started law school. In today’s blogpost – the very first in my new Back to Law School/University series, I am going to be sharing the things I wish I knew before starting law school/university.
Being a full-time law student, running my own business, having some sort of a social life, and taking care of my mental and physical health can be quite challenging. Balancing all these different aspects of my life require me to be very organized and plan effectively. So how do I do it? In this blogpost, I am going to share my most important tips on how to plan for law school or university, work and your social life, and how I use my Supplied by Lily Student Desk Planner.
Hi, my name is Lilia, and welcome to my blog called LilyLike! I'm an online inspirer, photographer & entrepreneur. I'm originally from the Netherlands, but moved to sunny Los Angeles to chase my dreams. On my blog, you will find inspirational writings, as well as links to my favorite life, style & home decor pieces. If you want to get to know me better, click on the read more button below!