In regard to writing (or rather, regarding writing) this Yahoo! Style contributor like so doesn’t get what millennials and other readers want: correct words and correct spelling.
Judging from the use of “she like so gets,” you might think the writer is a preteen, still learning her craft. For her benefit, here’s what the American Heritage Dictionary says about in regards to:
Regard is traditionally used in the singular in the phrase in regard (not in regards) to. In our 2004 survey, barely six percent of the Usage Panel accepted the phrase in regards to. Slightly more than half the Panel found the syntactically peculiar as regards acceptable in the sentence These surveys show a high level of satisfaction with government policy among the elderly in the Scandinavian countries, especially as regards the medical services provided by the state. Sixty-seven percent accepted in regard to in the same sentence.