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Naomi, a Missoula, Montana, mom who’s writing a magazine essay, wants to know if due diligence is the appropriate term to denote the daily, household chores that her son’s new stepdad has taken on. The verdict: it’s a legal term. If you’re writing about personal experiences, stick with a phrase from a lower register of speech, like daily duties. This is part of a complete episode.

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  • Thanks Grant and Martha. I was so nervous to talk to you guys, but you helped me a lot. I hope to talk with you again soon. We are compiling a list of things we want to ask. My husband is pretty sure y’all should fly us to San Diego and give us a whole in studio episode.

    Thanks again,

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