By Christina L. Martini • December 11, 2015•Ms. JD, Ms. JD Weekly Roundup, Careers, Politics and Government, Other Career Issues, Law School, Pre-Law, Choosing a Career and Landing a Job, •Issues, Balancing Private and Professional Life, Mentoring and Networking, Women and Law in the Media, Features, Guest Bloggers and Profiles of Women in the Law, Myths & Truths, First Women, •Superwomen JDs and What You Can Learn From Them
I hope that you are enjoying this holiday season. It is hard to believe that the end of 2015 is upon us, and the New Year is just around the corner. As we finish year-end client work and administrative responsibilities over the next couple of weeks, it is a great time for us to take a step back and reflect on all that we have accomplished this year, and what we have left unfinished; what we did well, and what we could have done better; what we have won, and what we have lost; and whom we have inspired, and who has inspired us.
Two years ago, I wrote about the importance of finding inspiration in our professional and personal lives after reading Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor's autobiography "My Beloved World." It was the perfect book to read during the holiday season and I highly recommend it. A link to my column is included below:
I wish you all a wonderful holiday season and hope that you find 2016 to be fulfilling, rewarding and a year filled with much inspiration and happiness.