About Me and This Page

Hello world! Hello beyond as well, I suppose. That would be flattering. My name is Destiny Rose Murphy. I'm 19 years old, female, and currently living in Washington, D.C., where I just finished my first year at Georgetown Law (sorta—I did the second half of the school year away from the city, because, ya know, plague). For my undergraduate degree I majored in English, Political Science, and Philosophy, and minored in Public Policy and International Affairs at Southern Methodist University.

This past academic year I really enjoyed Georgetown's Curriculum B program, which combines the traditional first year classes with a philosophical look at the basic biases and underpinnings of the law. For this summer, I'm working (remotely) for Georgetown's Annual Review of Federal Criminal Procedure, as well as for the Council for Court Excellence, a DC non-profit that does criminal justice reform work. I sure do miss the open city and the ability to sit in crowded cafes, but I'm safe and healthy, so it's hard to complain.

I'm now greatly looking forward to moving to New Haven this fall to enroll at Yale Law! I'm super excited to move, redecorate, and for the first time in my own space: paint. And of course, I can't wait to start classes at the best law school in the country. It's truly a dream come true to get to go there.

This blog began because I got my tonsils taken out. During recovery I realized there wasn't a lot of good advice to be found online for people who wanted to recover quickly and strongly. So, I decided to write an article intended to help others out. Then, (partially because sometimes when I can't sleep I write about things, and partially because I wanted to learn more about coding), I decided to expand the blog to everything else I think about. I hope you enjoy reading the stuff that I like to write, and, please, reach out if you have any questions or comments.


2019 in Review

A quick review of all the highs and lows of 2019.

100 Goals

Why have one New Year's Resolution, when you can have 100?

Ballroom Award Tracking

Something to track and memorialize the competitive ballroom ribbons I kept over the years.

2018 in Review

A quick review of all the highs and lows of 2018.