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Kemberlee’s 5 Favorite Posts of 2016

Kemberlee’s 5 Favorite Posts of 2016

Not everything in 2016 was a loss

It’s that time of year again! The time when I get to sift through a year’s worth of blog posts and decide which ones I like best.

Looking back through my posts from 2016, my favorite posts are (predominately) more personal in nature. As regular readers know — I gained a whole family this year — a husband, step-daughter, and a daughter.

Which explains why this is my most favorite post of the year:

1. My first blog post after giving birth to Baby Klara

Appropriate, seeing as Klara is three months old today.

Tiny Love has grown a ton in three short months. She holds her head up, will chat with you, loves when you sing, and seems to think night time is the best time to socialize:

2. LI Authors Respond to Trump Winning the Republican Presidential Nomination

I can’t take credit for this post alone, as it includes the thoughts of all LI authors — which is precisely why I love it. Each response was thoughtful but different. I enjoy the wide variety of opinions and perspectives our authors bring to their posts and how respectful each is in sharing their ideas with our readers.

3. My 1,000th LI Blog Post

1,000 blog posts is a lot of blog posts. Currently sitting at 1,290. 2,000 will be here before we know it. And that’s pretty awesome.

4. This post politely discussing my disdain for neo-feminism

Neo-feminism is a scourge on modernity and I hate it. Neo-feminism is little more than a guise for crippling insecurity. And this is why we have therapists.

5. Minimum Wage Jobs Were Never Intended to be a Career

Good job, guys. Good job.

Thanks to each and every one of you for making 2016 one lovely year here at Legal Insurrection. I look forward to another new year with new perspectives. I’m proud to be part of the insurrection. As Professor Jacobson pointed out, we have more purpose now than ever.

Onward to 2017!

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We have loved going on your journey with you.

the hell with the posts….re Tina (asked rhetorically):

1. Do you have a will?
2. If you have a 401k (or other plan), are you contributing at least the min to get the match?
3. Do you insurance appropriate to your station?
4. If you are going to help with her college, have you started saving?

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

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Wishing you a Happy New Year and the ability to master the multi-task of diaper change, key board and multiple screens without confusion. Ugh..hate that when it happens. It’s going to be a super fast moving year on both fronts. Stay healthy and enjoy both your jobs.

Congratulations on the wonderful additions to your family (baby Klara and new step-daughter). Hope you have a really safe and happy new year.

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