I'm not particularly bothered by the lack of commas at the ends of the lines. I am bothered, as I'm sure you are, by the missing comma after "tea." (Unless this store sells tea ice cream. Which [...]
A conversation I had last week with an author who had submitted an article to Afterschool Matters, the journal I edit, made me notice something I hadn't thought much about. I do a lot of coaching.
When donors give online, how do you thank them? I hope you use the automated receipt function of your donor platform to send an inspiring, personalized thank-you email. Catholic Relief Services shows you how. The [...]
How hard are you making your readers work? One quick way to find out is to use Microsoft Word's Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level readability test. The screenshot above shows that this post is written at a [...]
Do you use Microsoft Word’s thesaurus feature? If so, you’ve probably discovered its strengths (fortes, assets, métiers, gifts) and limitations (drawbacks, inadequacies, imperfections, weaknesses). They are basically the same as those of a print thesaurus. [...]