So.... I'm thinking about trying to leave a little earlier than July 31st, maybe by just a week or so.... I'm frankly just sick of my job, and want to be done with it. I kinda feel like I could use the time off to prepare mentally for law school. However, this means basically one less paycheck.
I ask you - If I don't leave early, meaning if I leave my (high stress paralegal job) on July 31st, pack everything up, and move to my law school's location (Baltimore) on August 7th, and then have until the 24th (date of orientation) to relax, maybe go to my hometown for a week or so, etc., then come back and settle into life in Baltimore for a few days, that I will feel rested and mentally prepared for school? Is that enough of a break?
This would mean tolerating work, but if the consensus is that it is enough time to be relaxed and ready to go for school, I could suck it up, and earn the extra $$.
Or, should I take an extra week (or more)? I've lived in DC for nearly 2 years, and haven't done nearly all of the things I would like to in this city. Perhaps it would be an opportunity to be a "tourist" a little bit.