Since the last post was a little wordy and intense, since it’s Friday, since it’s SUMMERTIME, since it's 5 o'clock somewhere, today’s content will be more of a quick and easy beach read. In fact, don’t even read it now. Print it out and USE it when you’re ready to create your rockin’, organized, WHO CAN RESIST ME resume! Okay, without preamble, here we go: Resume Writing 101 • List your name, address (if possible), phone number, and email. LinkedIn or other bio optional.
The little flying squiggle that manages to outwit auto correct. Otherwise known as the apostrophe. Certainly a boring subject matter, yet the meaning of a word, or even an entire sentence, can change with the apostrophe’s misuse. So let’s pretend we’re back in the third grade and do a quick recap. An apostrophe IS needed:
• When two words are combined to make a contraction.
• When ownership is being demonstrated. An apostrophe is NOT needed:
• When a noun is
We all know that grammar is boring. Spelling is boring. Sentence structure is boring. But stories are exciting and sentences make stories. Soooo ... here's how it's going to go. Each month or so, Grammar Rewords will throw out some easy to remember grammar and writing tips. To keep things less boring (and, hopefully, to keep ya coming back to read some more), we'll accompany them with some original and fun to look at pictures from around the world. Sound okay? Let's