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For many people, February is the month of love. It’s a time to share their affection and appreciation for others. I am no exception. I love my family and am passionate about what I do. Together, these two aspects make up a huge part of my life. When it comes to my career, since I practice personal injury law, I often work with people who have been through a traumatic experience. It might be a car crash, a fall, or a dog bite, and these are things that leave people shaken and overwhelmingly stressed in addition to being injured. These folks have insurance companies calling them, they’re trying to take care of the damage done to their vehicle or body, and they trying to file all the paperwork required for a claim. At the same time, they are going to their doctor’s appointments, therapy, and are likely missing days of work. This is a lot for any one person to deal with. When a client comes to us for help, I love that I can tell them, “We will make the phone calls, do the paperwork, and talk with the insurance adjusters. The only thing I want you to do right now is take care of yourself. Give yourself time to rest and get the treatment you need. We will handle the rest.” Seeing that weight lifted off our clients’ shoulders is incredible and one of the biggest reasons I love what I do. I also enjoy filling the role of detective. I’m a detail-oriented person, and I thrive on being able to sit down and go through every single document and medical record. From there, I relish in making detailed records of my findings and having “aha”moments along the way when I find a piece of the puzzle that was missing. This is detective work that comes together for the benefit of the client, which makes it even better. When I’m not at the office, 99.9 percent of the time I amwith my two boys and my husband. We’re a close-knit team, and they empower me to be my best self. I soak up every moment I have with my kids, whether I’m reading them
a book, building museums, castles, or parking garages out of blocks, or chasing them around the house, roaring like a dinosaur. We also have fun dance parties in our pajamas just about every day.
Another thing I love to do with my family is create healthy meals, snacks, and treats. I thoroughly believe that how we feel day to day is largely
determined by what we eat. Having two small boys can make it interesting when trying to find a healthy meal the whole family will eat. But with persistence, we find success. Luckily, my husband is a great cook. I find recipes on Google and Pinterest to figure out healthy substitutes for unhealthy ingredients. Then, my husband makes my dream meals come to life! At the dinner table, we eagerly await my 4-year-old’s reaction after he takes his first bite of something new. If he says, “Yummy!” then we take that as a monumental achievement. That may sound exaggerated, but it’s true! We put a lot of stock in what our kids think about the food we make. It all comes down to forming good habits. If we train ourselves to make healthy choices over and over, it becomes easier. I love that clean eating is a family value we share, because it means we are striving for something greater, which can have a domino effect in other areas of life. Simply, one good habit can lead into another. As much as I love my career, working in personal injury law can often be serious. I’m thankful I can come home and be silly with family. It strikes an important balance, which is just one more thing I truly love.
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