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Sherri Kuhn is a freelance writer, blogger and social media junkie. With a son in college and a daughter in high school, she always has something to write about. Sherri blogs from the heart — with an occasional side of sarcasm and humor. Her writing has been featured on SheKnows, AllParenting, Nickelodeon Parents Connect, Erma Bombeck Writer’s Workshop, Mamalode and BlogHer -- and on her personal blog Old Tweener. She was chosen as a cast member for the 2012 Listen to Your Mother show in San Francisco. Sherri lives in Northern California with her husband, daughter and crazy yellow lab.
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