Finally! As much of you and the rest of the nation are aware student loan debt is a crippling burden in those coming out of college. Those who graduated from professional schools such as law school (yours truly), medical school, or business school see much higher debt totals than many of those who had simply undergrad debt.
We are all followers but there are some people who just can’t help themselves and must absolutely go with the tide. These people just cannot think for themselves and it can be aggravating and obnoxious.
Like a good percentage of the “educated” populace in America, I have been dealing with student loan debt. As a matter of fact, it is mine and my wife’s only debt.
Even though it is our only debt, it sucks. We hate it and it does dictate what we can and cannot do sometimes. I would rather take that money that I shell out every month to the assholes at Nelnet and invest it (or every now and then just do something fun with it).
“What’s your resolution? What’s your resolution?” I get so sick and tired of hearing that phrase. I do not believe that I have ever made a New Year’s Resolution and actually kept it. I have however set goals and have achieved some of them. Even if I haven’t achieved them, I was making measurable progress towards them.
I must first say that I am sorry for the delay in posting recently as I have had non-stop Court before the holidays. I am still planning on posting a couple of times per week so please bear with me. Now, to the matter at hand.
Let me start off by saying that this is not a post to dump on James Altucher. I have followed James over the past few years and his book “Choose Yourself” is one of my favorite books that I reread every year.
What does that even mean? Do more than not? It is something that I have coined in the attempt to create good habits and to cease bad habits. All the phrase means is to do something that you want to do, more than you don’t do it. Please forgive me for sounding like a moron but bear with me.
Is it some cosmic joke that the worst team in the league with the worst history, at least this side of the Super-Bowl era, is a synonym for a crack pickle? In other words a turd?
This team is the epitome of dysfunction. Despite individual talent at many positions, the Cleveland Browns always seem to fall at the bottom of the AFC North, the AFC as a whole, and generally the NFL period. It doesn’t matter what players and/or coaches visit this city (I say visit because continuity in Cleveland is more of a joke than their win/loss record) the records stay consistently bad.
Being an attorney, especially one with a large domestic/family law client base such as mine, I have been privy to countless divorces, custody battles, and property divisions. It is an unfortunate truth that many marriages end in divorce or some sort of prolonged separation. The devastating wake that is left after a domestic case can wreak havoc on the parties, their finances, and most importantly, their children. While it is not my intention to depress you, I feel that it is important that this topic be discussed as hordes of people make costly mistakes and it is my hope to shine a light on these mistakes to hopefully help navigate the uncertain waters of divorce and separation. Bear in mind that laws are state specific and what I am sharing with you here is basic advice and in no way show be construed as creating a attorney/client relationship with me. I advise that if you have questions to contact an attorney in your area.
Negan. One of the most hated, and oddly, loved antagonists of The Walking Dead. His impact on those around him, particularly Rick Grimes & Co. makes a statement of intimidation, control, brutality, sometimes empathy, and a twisted sense of morality. His quirky style makes him likeable yet he can turn into a dominating mad man wielding the love of his life–his lawgiver, “Lucille.”