Sports is the welcome distraction and unappreciated uniter that all of us need
We're programmed to live with contradictions and uncertainty.
Looking back on the past six months provides ideas to make the next six better.
I do not envy today's college students; it seems a whole lot more serious than it was in my day.
While it may be especially tempting this season, don't give in to the summer doldrums.
A little sunshine makes everything better (except CV).
It's a casualty we can't afford right now -- the summer getaway. Even a modest vacation or brief break will pay dividends.
Now more than ever, it's important to find in-person time with the people who matter to you.
With so much going on in our heads these days, it's important to find some quiet time in a quiet place. Easier said than done.
Despite (or maybe because) of everything going on in the world, we actually created a few good habits. How do we hold on to them?
We're coming out of this in fits and starts. Masks are part of this reality. They're inconvenient and uncomfortable but it's what we do when we're in this together.
The Declaration of Independence is a lesson in persistence and shared sacrifice for the common good.
Just when we thought we were out of the woods with Covid, it's right back in.
Living in tumultuous times is uncomfortable and gets to be overwhelming. Slow down and take it one day at a time.
Each news cycle brings a whole new set of terms that describe a quickly changing world.
It's getting hard to concentrate with all of the distractions at home.
Kicking off summer and celebrating our heroes -- past and present -- while staying at home and keeping to ourselves.
Nine weeks in and we're turning a little mischievous, if only to make things more interesting.
A sunny day is the ultimate salve for our weary souls.
Hard to think what life was like before Covid and social distancing. It's our new normal and we need to make the best of it.
We're still going strong after six weeks. Focus on those things you can control.
After almost five weeks, the end isn't yet in sight. Avoid the rut and mix things up.
After four weeks of isolation, it's important to find ways to stay connected.
Establishing new routines while navigating new challenges at home.
Hunkering down after the stay at home order, the world still seems upside down.
Tips for adjusting to a world that seems upside down.
Protestors seeking the end of systemic racism and police brutality have flooded the streets following the murder of George Floyd. Each and every one of us has the capacity to create change.
The coronavirus has shifted many workers into telecommuting or working remotely. This transition can be especially difficult for members of the legal profession, who work almost exclusively in the office. We've gathered some tips and guidance for making the best of our new normal.