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Author Archives: Sarah David

How to spark joy

The recent snowstorm gave me the opportunity to watch the Netflix series “Tidying Up,” which highlights how we can benefit from eliminating things from our life that do not “spark joy.” I started thinking about this at a large law ...

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Looking for resolutions? Try board service

During the holiday season, people focus on what they can do for one another, but the week after New Year’s Day is when people think about how to improve themselves. For years the most popular New Year’s resolutions have dealt ...

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A mitzvah for Christmas

As the mother of a young child, I know that the end of the year can be both an opportunity to enjoy fun, festive events as well as a time of desperation to find fun, festive events that are indoors ...

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Tutoring programs that educate the tutor

As the year comes to an end, it is interesting to think about what types of things we want to do in the coming year. New Year’s resolutions generally involve self-improvement and a commitment to do something better or different ...

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Expanding your role as a lawyer

As lawyers we have a unique role in people’s lives. Depending on what kind of law we practice, that role has to be limited. This column has highlighted many of the ways that people are able to give back to ...

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Being thankful

This week I want to say thank you. Last year I decided to start a project to send “Thank-You” notes to Veterans in Maryland. My grandfather, Gerald David, was a veteran and absolutely adored when people would thank him for ...

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Happy Halloween

This week I got “Booed” by a neighbor. Having moved from downtown Baltimore, I had never heard of being “Booed” until I received a knock on my door and opened it to find no one there.  I looked down and ...

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