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You Never Know Where You’ll Find a Typo

  This is what it’s like living in my world: no matter where you go, no matter what you do, you never get to take the day off. You’re going to encounter a spelling or grammar area in your daily travels if you are a content writer by trade. This is a blessing and a curse.   The other night, I came home after a frustrating workday and decided to do some word find puzzles just to unwind. I know that sounds nerdy. Shut up about it. Try as I may, I couldn’t find one word:   chief. As it turns out, it’s because there is a typo in the puzzle. I’ve gone through this puzzle five times, letter by letter,...

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The Worst Grammar Offenses Ever: From the Mouths of Our Husbands

Our husbands. How we love them. We owe them so much for supporting us in our endeavors. But Lord, have mercy! They brutalize the English language once in a while. We don’t want to embarrass them, so we’re not naming names. But in honor of National Grammar Day, which was March 4, Barbara, Jordan and I are celebrating good grammar all week. Today, we share some of our husbands’ worst grammar offenses. Thankfully, we’ve managed to correct them over the years. Pacifically- “I pacifically asked you to stop by the grocery store on the way home.” A few raised eyebrows later, this has been corrected. Prostrate- “I have to go the...

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