I have been guilty of this, where I have typed, texted, wrote, emailed, you name it too fast and wrote really bad grammar. This past year, I was in a group chat and I was writing so fast on my phone that I did not realize until afterwards that I was misspelling, had improper English, and my sentences were not complete. I am still embarrassed about it. As a blogger, I try to have good grammar and make sure that I don’t have many typos. When I first started creating my quote or thoughts of the week, I had many typos. It was so embarrassing. I had people tell me, “Hey, you have a word misspelled.” Being told your grammar is off is not something you want to hear. I have a bachelors degree in English – Technical communication and yet, here I am misspelling, not always having the right punctuation, etc. I learned that it’s okay to slow down, check your sentences and words before publishing. I have used the website Grammarly before and yes it does help. But slowing down and just making sure everything is correct, really does save you from embarrassment. I have learned this the hard way and I remember one time when I was posting one of my quotes or thoughts of the week, I made major grammar errors. I kept making the same errors because I was rushing and not really making the changes that were needed. Over 3 thousand people saw my error on Pinterest. I was so embarrassed. Just thinking about it makes me feel like, ‘Oh No!’ I have learned to double check myself when I am posting. Am I perfect? No. I will probably still make mistakes but I have learned that it’s okay to take your time and just make sure all of my content is edited and looks good.
Have you ever had this happen to you? What is your thoughts on Grammar?
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