Happy last day of March! As we kick off April tomorrow, I thought it would be fun to post about my favorite things/obsessions over the past few weeks. They are...
1. For the People- As previously stated in my About Me page, I watch way too many TV shows. I am all about legal dramas and after only three episodes, I am already loving this one! For those of you who haven't watched it, it follows six attorneys working at the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. If I didn't already want to be an attorney, this show would have convinced me. Watching each character face each other and win cases is super inspiring. I would love to know how realistic this show actually is. It's also produced by Shonda Rhimes, the creator of Grey's Anatomy, Scandal, and How to Get Away with Murder. If you love any of these shows, definitely check out For the People.
2. New Girl- How am I just now watching this show?! I starting watching New Girl on Netflix about three weeks ago and I'm almost caught up (5 seasons!)- I'm obsessed. It is super easy to binge watch, I end up watching multiple episodes and losing track of time. I think Nick is my favorite character because of his personality and the fact that he passed the Bar Exam even after dropping out of law school. WHAT A BOSS. Also, I love watching the roommates play True American- the crazy “rules” of the game are hilarious. Shout out to the friends that made me start watching New Girl!
3. Design Home App- What can I say about this app... it makes me wish I had a huge house and enough money to fill it with designer furniture. Design Home is super popular right now and if you haven't heard of it, get on the bandwagon. This app features houses in varies locations and styles to decorate for different events or situations. Users vote on the best design and you get rewards for different ratings. It's basically a good way for you to feel bad about your current decor. While out shopping, my mom and I have recently developed the habit of pointing out stuff to put in our design homes. On the plus side, it has given me some really good ideas for my new apartment when I move to law school.
5. Checking my Application Status- Waiting to hear back from admissions offices is not a fun experience. Your whole future is in the hands of people that have hundreds of applications to sift through and expect you to stand out. I don't know if I am grateful to have the ability to check my status online- it's become a nervous habit. I will be super thankful when this whole process is over and I have received answers from each school. At least then, I'll only have to worry about my waitlist schools...
What have been some of your favorite things recently? Let me know! Happy Easter!