This week, we're excited to share our first guest post. Julie Schrager is an attorney and the legal writing coach at Schiff Hardin, a full-service law firm of more than 300 lawyers in seven offices. She works closely with summer associates, associates, and partners to improve their legal writing. Julie firmly believes that everyone can improve their written communication skills. Below, she shares practical tips that can help anyone feeling anxious or overwhelmed about a written assignment, regardless of industry. Thank you, Julie!Read More
We’re addressing stress and anxiety this week on the Apochromatik blog. Before tomorrow’s weekly post addresses overcoming anxiety around writing, we’re looking back at one of our first posts, when I wrote about ways to calm down when you have a big meeting or other project causing you anxiety.Read More
Can changing how you think about stress make you healthier?
This week we’re addressing stress and anxiety on the Apochromatik blog. For the Video of the Week, Dr. Kelly McGonigal, author of books including The Willpower Instinct and The Upside of Stress, argues that harmful effects of stress on your health are not inevitable. Research actually suggests that her advice might just change how you think about stress and, by extension, the effect it has on your body.