Prioritize your career and downtime in a healthy way.
Identifying Individual Priorities & Making Time For Them
5 Tips For Making Time For Yourself Despite Competing Priorities
Five tips from Forbes on how to create more time in your day while being bombarded with demands.
Own the clock
CBA’s Practice Link presents the top 10 time management tips, from lawyers, for lawyers.
Time Management Tip #4: Prioritize
Legal Ease Blog has some tips on how to set your priorities.
The Practice: Get a Hobby
Above the Law discusses hobbies for lawyers, and how they can be the best marketing tool around.
Life After Law – I’m Retiring, Now What?
Retirement for Lawyers
There are many things to do when you retired. Coach for Lawyers discusses some ideas.
Stay active with the CBA
The CBA and many other organizations offer discounted rates on memberships to retired individuals that let you stay in the loop on current legal news. The CBABC also offers a number of volunteer opportunities, including mentorship and a speakers bureau.
Meditation / Time to Be
How To Be Mindful When You Don't Have Time To Meditate
The idea of meditation is attractive, but we don’t always have ten minutes to steal away and sit with our thoughts. Here are three things you can do instead.
How To Find Time To Meditate
Scheduled meditation may seem a little unromantic, a little type-A, a little anal-retentive. But scheduling something means that it's important. Writing something down, especially writing by hand on a sheet of paper, has a powerful effect on the memory. By writing a schedule for your meditation, you commit to that appointment. You also say to yourself that you value your own well-being enough to take time during the day for yourself.
Lawyers turn to meditation to fight stress and improve performance
Canadian Lawyer Magazine on the increasing popularity of meditation amongst lawyers.
Giving & Volunteering
Access Pro Bono
Access Pro Bono’s mission is to promote access to justice in British Columbia by providing and fostering quality pro bono legal services for people and non-profit organizations of limited means.
Visit the CBABC’s Volunteers page to see current volunteer opportunities.
Being on the Board – Director Roles
Lawyers in the Boardroom
Why practitioners need to take precautions before agreeing to serve on boards.