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Jessica Gregg

Jessica Gregg, managing editor of Baltimore STYLE, is a graduate of University of Maryland’s journalism school. She spent more than a decade writing for newspapers around central Maryland before she moved to the Big Sky country of Montana and began to teach writing. After returning to Charm City, she worked for Sisters of Academy of Baltimore, among other schools, blogging and writing in her free time until she made the return to journalism for good. She previously worked as the special products editor for The Daily Record. She is a happy rowhouse dweller and mother of two.

#ILAUGHSOHARD Comedy duo brings “Monster Truck show for moms” to Charm City

by Liz McMahon “Every mom is doing her best and never feels like she’s doing it well enough,” Kristin Hensley, comedian, mother, and half of the Los Angeles-based comedy duo #IMOMSOHARD, tells Style. Kristin and her partner-in-comedy, Jen Smedley, share their thoughts on motherhood via online video shorts with gut-level …

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Let’s Talk About Eating Disorders 'Let’s Check In' helps start the conversation

In the U.S., more than 30 million people of all ages and genders suffer from an eating disorder, and nearly half of Americans report knowing someone who struggles with disordered eating. Unfortunately, however, many of those affected by these conditions go undiagnosed and untreated. Enter “Let’s Check In,” a campaign …

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All in a Day’s Work The old-school tradition of a summer job is still important in the modern world

Summer job. Those words may conjure up different reactions, depending on your age. If you are old enough to look back on a summer job, you likely have fond memories of fun co-workers, not-funny-at-the-time-but-hilarious-now workplace horror stories and that feeling of money in your pocket that was all yours. But …

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