Smart and dumb punctuationDid you know that punctuation can be “smart”? (Well, now you do!) In this post, we share our (super easy) insider tips for making the punctuation in your document as smart as can be. What is smart punctuation? As you can see in our image, smart punctuation...
i.e. vs e.g.: We break down the differences
e.g. and i.e. both come from Latin. They mean different things and should not be used interchangeably. However, they are frequently confused and therefore misused. Read on to learn best practices and how to get it right.
Different ways of alphabetizing—and which to use when
Did you know that there are different ways of alphabetizing? This post covers word-by-word and letter-by-letter alphabetization and outlines the differences between the two.
Grammar Myth: Are You Well, or Are You Good?
Is it “I’m good” or “I’m well”? If you answer “I’m good”, have you ever been told that your response is incorrect? Have you been told that “well” is the right answer to this question? Let’s dive into this topic today.
Five Strategies to Find Motivation to Write
Let’s face it: writing is hard. The bigger the project, the more onerous it can feel to get our butt in the chair and write that research paper or book manuscript. Motivation lags, momentum slows, and we start to wonder why we even chose this dratted topic in the first place.