On this day in history: Sandra Day O’Connor becomes the first woman to be sworn in as a Supreme Court Justice.
32 years ago today, Sandra Day O’Connor was sworn in by Chief Justice Warren Burger. She was the only female on the bench for 12 years until 1993 when another woman was nominated. O’Connor served on the Supreme Court for almost 25 years before retiring.
Here is a bit of wisdom from Park and Recreation’s Ron Swanson, plus a few tips to help you be more happy and productive today.
- The simple 8-step process to make over your dream schedule-and transform your dream into goals
- The 20-minute exercise to eradicate negative thinking
- 5 tips to stay productive all day long
Have a great day!
YOLO - Live! (Lonely Island feat. Jimmy Fallon and The Roots)
The good writing of any age has always been the product of someone’s neurosis, and we’d have a mighty dull literature if all the writers that came along were a bunch of happy chuckleheads.
—William Styron (via wordpainting)