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About Maxine

Ys editor-in-chief ... and campaigner of your causes.

If you have a problem that our Ys community should know about, or some heartwarming news that needs to be shared, I'm listening!

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I love this quote. It really sums up my recent journey through life.

I love this quote. It really sums up my recent journey through life.

If more people adopted this mantra, the world would have to be a better place. I hope you enjoy it, too!

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