Lawyers have fun. No, really, we do. Especially litigators. Annual Meehan, Boyle holiday party, complete with speeches and a remixed Christmas classic, sung by our staff: The trimmed tree: And finally, my vegan cookies, made especially for the Young Lawyers' Division Annual Cookie Swap. Here are mine (recipe at: http://ohsheglows.com/2014/10/07/pumpkin-oatmeal-anytime-squares-vegan-gluten-free-oil-free/); admittedly, a little outside the … Continue reading Christmas @ Law
I can't take credit for this discovery. My partner did the work of unearthing this vegan gem in downtown Boston. When it comes to fine vegan dining, a suitable restaurant can be tough to find. But City Landing has a "regular" menu as well as gluten-free, vegetarian, dairy-free and vegan options. Be honest: does it … Continue reading City Landing
New Orleans. Where do I even begin? These business trips to AAJ conventions are so full of education, networking, socializing and partying that when I finally get to the end of it, I look back at a whirlwind of events and have to work at teasing out the various things I’ve done and all the … Continue reading Travel, Food and Fun in February
Last Tuesday night, as the rain came pouring down, my mother and I ventured out, to Harvard Square, a reliably fun neighborhood. Specifically, our taste buds drew us to Beat Hotel, a funky little establishment that has taken over the space in which The Tannery used to live. Beat Hotel is not an actual hotel, but a … Continue reading Beat Hotel (not a hotel)
Last night, a friend and I ventured to Boston's Chinatown. Not the most friendly neighborhood in Boston for women walking solo at night. Nevertheless, we both found our way to My Thai, touted online as the best and the only vegan restaurant located in the downtown area. Boston, sadly, seriously lacks a lot of veg-friendly … Continue reading My Thai Vegan Cafe
“But we’re out of almond milk,” he said, looking nervous all of a sudden. “What do you mean we’re out of almond milk?” I was crestfallen. All I wanted was a little almond milk to pour over my blueberries and oats. “We’ll stop at Whole Foods on the way in to work!” he offered, lighting … Continue reading Can You Trust Someone Who Doesn’t Eat Cheese?