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Maria Mora is a freelance writer and single mom fueled by coffee, questionable time management skills, toaster oven waffles and the color orange. She lives in Florida with her two young sons. If you see her on Twitter, tell her to stop procrastinating.
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A team of writers and artists have taken a classic 1940s comic book and rebooted it for the modern age. What does that mean? It means Jill Trent, Science Sleuth gets a new life as the feminist heroine we've always wanted.Read Full Story
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You might think you've hardened your heart to commercials that deliberately tug the heartstrings, but this new diaper commercial plays dirty. No, it doesn't have a lost puppy trying to find his owner, but it does have parents crying over milestones all of us can remember.Read Full Story
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